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Author(s):Severmutlu, S.; Shearman, R. C.; Riordan, T. P.
Author Affiliation:Severmutlu: Graduate Student, Turfgrass Management and Ecology; Shearman and Riordan: Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, University of Nebraska
Title:Overseeding buffalograss with fine fescues to extend the green cover
Section:Management and physiological studies
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Source:Turfgrass Research Report 2002 [Nebraska]. 2002, p. 31-35.
# of Pages:5
Publishing Information:[Lincoln, NE]: University of Nebraska
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Bouteloua dactyloides; Overseeding; Fine fescues; Establishment rate; Color; Seeding; Percent living ground cover; Seeding time; Seeding rate; Coring; Color retention; Quality evaluation
Abstract/Contents:Presents a study conducted to determine the "best fine fescue species"; "effect of seeding date, seeding rate, and extent of core cultivation on fine leaf fescue overseeding establishment in a mature buffalograss turf"; "effect of overseeded fine-leaf fescues on spring and fall turfgrass color retention in a buffalograss turf"; and "impact of overseeded fine-fescues on buffalograss turfgrass quality." Provides the data collected during the study, highlighting establishment rate; turfgrass quality; turfgrass green cover; turfgrass color; and species count. Reports that "sheep fescue-buffalograss mixture has given the best quality and color. The improved quality of sheep fescue-buffalograss mixture may be due to the more bluish-green color of sheep fescue that blends better visually with the color of the buffalograss cultivars used in this study, and the uniformity of sheep fescue-buffalograss mixture." Concludes that "there was a significant effect of fine leaf fescues on buffalograss turfgrass color retention and quality when buffalograss was dormant."
Language:English
References:4
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Severmutlu, S., R. C. Shearman, and T. P. Riordan. 2002. Overseeding buffalograss with fine fescues to extend the green cover. Turfgrass Res. Rept. Nebr. p. 31-35.
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