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Content Type:Q & A
Corporate Author(s):USGA Green Section
Title:[Preparation of Arlington and Congressional seed beds]
Section:Questions and answers
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Source:USGA Journal and Turf Management. Vol. 9, No. 2, June 1956, p. 32.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:New York: United States Golf Association
Question:In preparing a C-1 (Arlington) and C-19 (Congressional) nursery for increase, is it best to plant separate nursery rows of each selection, or to mix them?
Answer/Response:It is best to plant separate rows of each strain in nursery areas. The important thing to remember is that the bushel measure in planting the green is critical. The usual rate of stolonizing is 5 bushels of C-1 and 5 bushels of C-19 to each 1,000 square feet. If the balance favors the C-19 slightly it would not matter too much; however, if the balance favors C-1, the finished surface would not be as good. Therefore, to insure against inbalance against C-1, these stolons should be grown separately and measured accurately for planting.
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USGA Green Section. 1956. [Preparation of Arlington and Congressional seed beds]. USGA J. Turf Manage. 9(2):p. 32.
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