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Material Type:Book
Monographic Author(s):Bechelet, Henry; Windows, Richard
Author Affiliation:Bechelet: Advisory Agronomist, N. E.; and Windows: Advisory Agronomist, South Scotland
Monograph Title:STRI Disturbance Theory: A Collection of Articles, 200x.
# of Pages:80
Publishing Information:[West Yorkshire, United Kingdom]: Sports Turf Research Institute
Collation:80 pp.
Evaluative Review:appears in New Zealand Turf Management Journal, 23(4) November 2008, p. 40 by Charles Henderson
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Maintenance intensity; Environmental management; Irrigation
Abstract/Contents:Includes: Changing the Nature of Your Greens; Do Not Disturb; Food for Thought; Competitive Edge; The Salt of the Earth; Managing Environmental Pressure; One Step Back; Easing the Pressure; Is Verticutting Necessary?; Rolling Out; Have a Heart; Irrigation - The Tool of Agronomic Change; Why Compromise?; Rhubarb and Custard; and Take Your Fate.
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Subject Headings:
Turf management -- Great Britain
See Also:See also the 15 chapter records from this work, search as MCODE=DISTT in Power Search or see records related to DISTT
See Also:See also related article, "Why compromise?", 2007, R=140324. R=140324
Note:Partial reprint appears in Greekeeper International, June 2006, p. 24-26
Partial reprint appears in The Golf Club Secretary, 12(20) August 2007, p. 158, 160
Partial reprint appears in Pitchcare, 13 June/July, p. 44-45
"A Collection of Articles"
Alistair J. Beggs also indicated as an "Author" on Table of Contents verso, but not on the title page or cover.
Spiral bound
Pictures, b/w
Annotation from Turfgrass History and Literature: Lawns, Sports, and Golf, by James B Beard, Harriet J. Beard and James C Beard:"This booklet presents a theory concerning the use of certain cultural practices to select for two turfgrass species - colonial bentgrass (Agrostis capillaris) and creeping red fescue (Festuca rubra ssp. rubra), especially under putting green conditions. This theory has specific application to certain cool-humid climatic conditions that occur in the United Kingdom. The authors point out that this proposed approach needs documentation via research." p. 176
Beard Section Heading:Bibliography of books/monographs on turfgrass culture
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Bechelet, Henry. 200x. STRI Disturbance Theory: A Collection of Articles. 80 pp. [West Yorkshire, United Kingdom]: Sports Turf Research Institute.
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