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Displaying 16 to 20 of 53 Publications.

  • SRP1107I-ZOYSIA-COLORANTS
    SRP1107I-ZOYSIA-COLORANTS
    Evaluation of Colorants on 'Meyer' Zoysiagrass

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Turf colorants effectively enhanced green color of dormant zoysiagrass. Using a higher application rate or adding a midwinter application helped color persistence. Colorants increased canopy temperatures more than soil temperatures, which may encourage earlier spring greenup. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 3-page, color.

  • SRP1107H-ROUGH-BLUEGRASS-CONTROL
    SRP1107H-ROUGH-BLUEGRASS-CONTROL
    Evaluation of Selective Herbicide Combinations and a Plant Growth Regulator on Rough Bluegrass Control

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Three applications of Velocity 17.6 SG at 6 oz/a consistently reduced rough bluegrass cover and provided up to 92% control 16 weeks after initial treatment (WAIT). Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 3-page, color.

  • SRP1107E-MOWING-REQUIREMENTS
    SRP1107E-MOWING-REQUIREMENTS
    Effects of Irrigation, Cutting Height, and Primo on Mowing Requirements of Tall Fescue

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Irrigation based on soil moisture sensors (SMS) saved water compared with frequency-based irrigation while providing acceptable turfgrass quality but did not affect mowing requirements of tall fescue. Increasing tall fescue mowing height, or applying Primo, resulted in mowing reductions. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 2-page, color.

  • SRP1107F-NITRATE-LEACHING
    SRP1107F-NITRATE-LEACHING
    Irrigation Management and Nitrogen Fertilization Effects on Water Application Amounts and Nitrate Leaching in Turfgrass

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Irrigation based on soil moisture sensors saved water compared with frequency-based irrigation while providing acceptable turfgrass quality, and nitrate leaching was negligible under the conditions of this study. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 2-page, color.

  • SRP1107B-CODY-BUFFALOGRASS-HERBICIDES
    SRP1107B-CODY-BUFFALOGRASS-HERBICIDES
    'Cody' Buffalograss Tolerance to Combination Postemergent Broadleaf-Weed Herbicides

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Plots treated with all evaluated herbicides recovered to an acceptable level 28 days after application. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 4-page, color.

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