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Newsletter
Author(s):Terzis, Anthony
Title:Turfgrass its contribution to the environment
Source:Our Collaborator. Vol. 18, No. 4, July 1971, p. [13].
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Rexford, NY: The Northeastern GCSA.
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Environmental benefits; Oxygen; Turf values; Carbon dioxide; Greenhouse effect; Nitrogen; Nitrogen dioxide
Abstract/Contents:Discusses pollution and the environment, suggesting one "look at the contribution turf makes in improving and protecting [the] environment." States that "green plants...provide the base for a food chain." Describes how "plants take polluting gases from the air and liberate pure oxygen." Explains that one-half of the carbon dioxide produced each year "remains in the atmosphere to become incorporated into the roots, stems and leaves of green plants through the process of photosynthesis." Discusses other air pollutants that are products of fuel combustion. Concludes that golf course greenery "serves the entire community by enhancing the quality of the environment."
Language:English
References:0
Note:Reprint appears in The GreenMaster, 7(9) September 1971, p. 21-22
Reprint appears in Golf Course Superintendents Association of Northern California [Newsletter], [April] [1972], p. [7]
Reprint appears in Our Collaborator, 18(7) [October] 1972, p. [15], with variant pictures
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Terzis, A. 1971. Turfgrass its contribution to the environment. Our Collaborator. 18(4):p. [13].
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