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Author(s):McNitt, Andrew S.; Petrunak, Dianne; Serensits, Thomas
Author Affiliation:McNitt: Associate Professor, Soil Science/Turfgrass; Petrunak: Research Support Technician; Serensits: Graduate Student, Department of Agronomy, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
Title:Effects of organic fertilizers on saturated hydraulic conductivity of USGA root zones: Ash from some common organic fertilizers did not adversely affect the saturated hydraulic conductivity of root zones
Section:Research
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Source:Golf Course Management. Vol. 75, No. 10, October 2007, p. 96-98.
# of Pages:3
Publishing Information:Lawrence, KS: Golf Course Superintendents Association of America
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Organic fertilizers; Saturated hydraulic conductivity; Root zone; Organic matter; Fertilizer evaluation
Abstract/Contents:Presents an experiment conducted to examine "the effect of applications of a few commonly available organic fertilizers on the saturated hydraulic conductivity of a USGA [United States Golf Association] root zone." Details the materials and methods used in the study, stating that "five organic and four nonorganic fertilizer products were selected for evaluation." Reports that "none of the treatments tested had a saturated hydraulic conductivity lower than the control. Neither the noncombusted fertilizer nor the ash treatments had a negative effect on the saturated hydraulic conductivity of this root-zone mix."
Language:English
References:8
See Also:See also related article "The effects of organic fertilizers on the saturated hydraulic conductivity of USGA root zones" USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online, 6(12) June 15 2007, p. [1-5] R=124688 R=124688
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McNitt, A. S., D. Petrunak, and T. Serensits. 2007. Effects of organic fertilizers on saturated hydraulic conductivity of USGA root zones: Ash from some common organic fertilizers did not adversely affect the saturated hydraulic conductivity of root zones. Golf Course Manage. 75(10):p. 96-98.
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