Full TGIF Record # 204665
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Publication Type:
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Professional
Author(s):Anonymous
Title:Agrostis grasses for Queensland greens
Source:Bulletin [Queensland Board of Greenkeeping Research]. Vol. 2, February 1936, p. 17-19.
# of Pages:3
Publishing Information:Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Queensland Board of Greenkeeping Research
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Agrostis; Choice of species; Cultural methods; Cynodon dactylon; Decision-making; Establishment; Golf course budgets; Golf greens; Introduced species; Maintenance intensity; Playing season; Winter dormancy
Abstract/Contents:Presents a debate between Australian turf professionals about whether to encourage the growth of introduced Agrostis grasses in Queensland. Discusses the differences in maintenance techniques between exotic grasses imported from North America and grasses native to Australia such as Cynodon. States that "amongst the cause which favoured [favored] the change were those that the long dormant period of the couch in the winter led to a deterioration of the greens just at the time when the playing season was at its height." Suggests that "there is positively no doubt that at least several varieties of the Agrostis grasses can be successfully established in Queensland." Concludes that larger golf clubs with more generous budgets may be able to sustain bentgrass greens, while smaller clubs may find it beyond their capabilities.
Language:English
References:0
Geographic Terms:Queensland, Australia
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Anonymous. 1936. Agrostis grasses for Queensland greens. Bulletin [Queensland Board of Greenkeeping Research]. 2:p. 17-19.
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