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DOI:10.3198/jpr2011.04.0237crc
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Content Type:Registration statement
Author(s):Bonos, Stacy A.; Hignight, Debra; Hignight, Kenneth; Brown, Tami; Meyer, William A.
Author Affiliation:Bonos and Meyer: Dep. of Plant Biology and Pathology, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick, NJ; Hignight, D., Hignight, K., and Brown: NexGen Turf Research, LLC, Albany, OR
Title:Registration of 'Mallard' Kentucky bluegrass
Section:Cultivars
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Source:Journal of Plant Registrations. Vol. 6, No. 1, January 2012, p. 6-10.
# of Pages:5
Publishing Information:Madison, Wisconsin: Crop Science Society of America
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Cultivar evaluation; Cultivar profile; Poa pratensis; Reproductive fertility; Varietal registration
Cultivar Names:Mallard
Abstract/Contents:"Kentucky bluegrass is a pseudogomous facultative apomict, requiring viable pollen to stimulate seed set. Since Kentucky bluegrass is a facultative apomict, low levels of sexuality occur that allow for hybridization and genetic recombination. Mallard (Reg. No. CV-100, PI 632598) Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.) is a turf-type cultivar released by the Pennington Seed (Athens, GA) in 2002. Mallard was selected as an open-pollinated progeny of Unique Kentucky bluegrass. Mallard is comparable with Midnight (standard) in many turf characteristics, including turf quality and disease resistance. Mallard is significantly better in drought resistance compared with Unique (parent). The combination of these traits makes Mallard a unique, widely adapted, functional cultivar that should perform well in home lawns, golf courses, and municipalities in the Northeast, transition, North Central, and Upper West, and Mountain regions."
Language:English
References:10
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Bonos, S. A., D. Hignight, K. Hignight, T. Brown, and W. A. Meyer. 2012. Registration of 'Mallard' Kentucky bluegrass. J. Plant Regist. 6(1):p. 6-10.
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DOI: 10.3198/jpr2011.04.0237crc
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