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Content Type:Q & A
Author(s):Anonymous
Title:Benefit of lime to bent greens containing some clover
Column Name:The turforum
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Source:The Turf Survey. Vol. 1, No. 2, March 1936, p. 15.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Cleveland, OH: G. A. Farley
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Lime; Agrostis; Golf greens; Trifolium; Weed competition
Abstract/Contents:Briefly discusses potential effects of applying lime to bent greens containing clover. States that "calcium and magnesium, which are contained in lime, are certain elements which soils require...Under close clipping, certain bent grasses [bentgrasses], including Metropolitan bent, do not thrive so well when there is a deficiency of lime in the soil." Reports that "the mere application of lime in order to give the bent what it requires will not of itself bring in clover. If, however, lime alone is applied the soil will soon become deficient in other elements, such as nitrogen, required by grass, and the grass will accordingly suffer."
Language:English
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Anonymous. 1936. Benefit of lime to bent greens containing some clover. Turf Surv. 1(2):p. 15.
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