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Material Type:Booklet
Monographic Author(s):Noer, O. J.
Author Affiliation:Agronomist
Monograph Title:A Sensible Fertilizer Program for Greens, Tees, and Turf Nurseries, [1946].
# of Pages:8
Publishing Information:Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Turf Service Bureau, Milwaukee Sewerage Commission
Collation:8 pp.
Series:Turf Service Bureau Bulletin No. 2
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Agrostis; Application rates; Application timing; Establishment; Fertilization program; Golf course maintenance; Nurseries; Organic fertilizers; Recommendations
Dutch Turfgrass Research Foundation Keywords: 208-C; Golf courses; Fertilizer application; Wisconsin; USA; Monograph
Trade Names:Milorganite
Abstract/Contents:Includes: Fertilizer Programs (Established Bent Greens (Lime; Spring and Fall Fertilization; Summer Fertilization; Grub and Earthworm Control; and Fertilization Before Laying Sod); New Greens (Lime; and Fertilization Before Seeding or Stolonizing); Tees (Fertilization - Established Tees; and New Tees); and Turf Nurseries (Fertilization - Bent Nursery; Fertilization - Blue Grass - Tee Nursery; and Later Fertilization)).
Dutch Turfgrass
Research Foundation
Abstract
(Thanks to DTRF)
Sooner or later clubs everywhere must find a satisfactory substiSooner or later clubs everywhere must find a satisfactory substitute for the manure compost formerly used in topdressing mixtures. Water soluble fertilizer, even with humus substitutes in the topdressing, can never replace the plant food supplied by manure compost. With soluble nitrogen only there is a quick, rapid burst of growth at the start, so grass grows too fast at first, but starts downhill immediately thereafter. Only water-insoluble organic nitrogen can reproduce the slow-acting, long lasting effects formerly obtained from the water-insoluble organic nitrogen of manure composttute for the manure compost formerly used in topdressing mixtures. Water soluble fertilizer, even with humus substitutes in the topdressing, can never replace the plant food supplied by manure compost. With soluble nitrogen only there is a quick, rapid burst of growth at the start, so grass grows too fast at first, but starts downhill immediately thereafter. Only water-insoluble organic nitrogen can reproduce the slow-acting, long lasting effects formerly obtained from the water-insoluble organic nitrogen of manure compost.
Library of Congress
Subject Headings:
Turfgrasses -- Fertilizers
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also related item, etter Bent Greens: Fertlization and Managment, 1946, R=275685. R=275685

See also later edition, A Sensible Fertilizer Program for Greens and Turf Nurseries, 1947, R=71357. R=71357

See also later edition, Better Bent Greens: Fertilization & Management, [1949], R=252505. R=252505

See also later edition, Better Bent Greens: Fertilization & Management, 1950, R=246668. R=246668

See also later edition, Better Bent Greens: Fertilization & Management, 1955, R=71358. R=71358

See also later edition, Better Bent Greens: Fertilization & Management, 1959, R=222806. R=222806

See also later edition, Better Bent Greens: Fertilization & Management, 1970, R=71359. R=71359
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Noer, O. J. [1946]. A Sensible Fertilizer Program for Greens, Tees, and Turf Nurseries. 8 pp. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Turf Service Bureau, Milwaukee Sewerage Commission.
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