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http://archive.lib.msu.edu/tic/holen/article/1988oct3.pdf
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Publication Type:
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Newsletter
Author(s):Snow, James T.
Author Affiliation:Director, Northeastern Region, USGA Green Section.
Title:Facts and fallacies of fast greens
Source:The Mountain State Greenletter. Vol. 10, No. 6, August 1987, p. 2-3.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:West Virginia Chapter Golf Course Superintendents' Association
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Stimpmeter; Golf greens; Golf green speed; Cultural methods; Stress factors; Maintenance intensity; Disease development
Abstract/Contents:Article relates the important factors which affect the speed of golf greens as measured by the stimpmeter. Efforts must be made to control or minimize stress factors as much as possible which include: poor drainage, moisture stress, soil compaction, diseases, insects, nematodes, heavy traffic, and tree effects (shade, root competition, poor air circulation). Other problems include: establishment of moss or algae; encroachment of crabgrass, goosegrass and other weeds; or proliferation of summer patch, take-all patch and other diseases. Recommendations for golf green speeds listed.
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also related article, "Slow down... you're going too fast" USGA Green Section Record, 25(1) January/February 1987, p. 7-10, R=9638. R=9638
Note:Credit: Three Rivers Green, July/August 1987
Reprint appears in A Patch of Green, January/February 1988, p. 9-21
Reprint appears in Carolinas Newsletter, 24(2) March/April 1988, p. 28-30
Reprint appears in The Bonnie Greensward, April 1988, p 1-3
Reprint appears in Our Collaborator, June 1988, p 6-7
Reprint appears in The Bull Sheet, 42(3) August 1988, p. 4, 6
Reprint appears in Turf Times, 17(7) September 1988, p. 6
Reprint appears in Hole Notes, 17(8) October 1988, p. 3, 1, 7
Reprint appears in Mid-Atlantic Association of Golf Course Superintendents Newsletter, 42(2) April 1989, p. [3]
Reprint appears in Conference Proceedings - 1991 National Turf Grass Conference [NZ], 1992, p. 45-46
See Also:Other items relating to: Golf Green Speed
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Snow, J. T. 1987. Facts and fallacies of fast greens. Mt. State Greenletter. 10(6):p. 2-3.
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https://listings.lib.msu.edu/patch/1988janfeb.pdf#page=9
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https://listings.lib.msu.edu/nmtma/1988sep.pdf#page=6
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    Notes: Item is within a single large file; Turf Times reprint
http://archive.lib.msu.edu/tic/holen/article/1988oct3.pdf
    Last checked: 11/15/2017
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    Notes: Hole Notes reprint
https://archive.lib.msu.edu/tic/bulls/article/1988aug4.pdf
    Last checked: 04/22/2009
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    Notes: The Bull Sheet reprint
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