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Author(s):Wilkinson, H. T.; Pedersen, D.
Author Affiliation:Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois, Illinois
Title:Understanding the potential for heat shock during the sod process!
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Meeting Info.:Illinois: September 14 2005
Source:2005 University of Illinois Turf & Nursery Field Day. 2005, p. 21.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:[Illinois: University of Illinois]
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Heat stress; Sod; Sodding; Heat; Root growth; Transplanting; Best management practices; Temperatures; Irrigation
Abstract/Contents:Discusses the impact of heat on turfgrass management, stating that "on any given day, the temperatures rise until about 3 pm, and then decrease until about 6 am the following day. At about 11 am each day, the average temperature of the soil (at a depth of 1 inch) is achieved." Suggests that a demonstration will present "studies aimed at developing a 'best management practice' for installing sod."
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Wilkinson, H. T., and D. Pedersen. 2005. Understanding the potential for heat shock during the sod process!. 2005 University of Illinois Turf & Nursery Field Day. p. 21.
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