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Author(s):Clarke, Bruce
Author Affiliation:Director, Department of Plant Biology & Pathology, Cook College, Rutgers University
Title:Utilizing proper cultural practices to reduce turfgrass diseases
Source:Update [New Jersey]. Vol. 2, No. 10, May/June 2002, p. 12.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Pennsville, NJ: Sports Field Managers Association of New Jersey
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Compaction; Cultural methods; Environmental factors; Mowing height; Nitrogen fertility; Thatch control; Water stress
Abstract/Contents:Focuses on the use of cultural practices to reduce the occurrence of disease in turfgrass, explaining that "virtually everything a turf manager does can affect disease development." Overviews nitrogen fertility, compaction, thatch, moisture levels, and mowing height, summarizing the implications of improper management for each. Suggests that the "careful selection of the nitrogen source can help reduce symptom severity," and adds that "most stress related diseases are intensified by compaction." Mentions that "many diseases are more severe at lower mowing heights," and recommends maintaining turf at its proper mowing height to lower disease severity.
Language:English
References:0
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Clarke, B. 2002. Utilizing proper cultural practices to reduce turfgrass diseases. Update [New Jersey]. 2(10):p. 12.
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