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Author(s):Goss, Roy L.
Title:Water Conservation and Black Layer Reduction
Source:Northwest Turfgrass Topics. Vol. 30, No. 2, June 1987, p. 8-9.
Publishing Information:Puyallup, Wash., Northwest Turfgrass Association
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Anaerobic conditions; Black layer; Irrigation efficiency; Summer maintenance; Water conservation; Water-saving techniques
Abstract/Contents:"There are a number of ways that water use can be reduced - a few can be enumerated as follows: 1) Irrigate deeply (to the maximum rooting depth) and infrequently. 2) The type of grass affects water use rate. 3) Rooting depth of cultivars. 4) The height of cut. 5) Growth stimulation. 6) Growth regulators may play an important role in the future in reducing water use. 7) The use of surfactants. Includes suggestions on avoiding or decreasing the problem of Black layer.
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Goss, R. L. 1987. Water Conservation and Black Layer Reduction. Northwest Turfgrass Topics. 30(2):p. 8-9.
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