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Content Type:Registration statement
Author(s):Hein, M. A.
Author Affiliation:Assistant Chief of Branch, Crops Research Division, Agricultural Research Service
Title:Fescues: Pennlawn red (reg. no. 3)
Section:Registration of varieties and strains of grasses
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Source:Agronomy Journal. Vol. 50, No. 7, July 1958, p. 400.
Publishing Information:Washington: American Society of Agronomy
# of Pages:1
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Festuca rubra subsp. rubra; Cultivar evaluation; Quality evaluation; Seed production
Cultivar Names:Pennlawn
Abstract/Contents:Presents a study conducted on Pennlawn red grass. States that "the parents strains were under test 4 years, at University park, Pennsylvania, and the synthetic Pennlawn strain has been tested in replicated turf plots 4 years in Pennsyvania and 3 years at Beltsville, Md. [Maryland]" Reports that "Pennlawn has better foliage density and faster rate of spread by underground root stocks than other varieties of red fescue...the average turf quality scores for red fescue varieties over a 4-year periods at University Park, Pennsylvania, were Pennlawn - 85, Trinity - 76, Chewings - 76, Illahee - 75, and common red fescue - 69."
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Hein, M. A. 1958. Fescues: Pennlawn red (reg. no. 3). Agron. J. 50(7):p. 400.
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