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Author(s):Kim, Young-Sun; Ham, Suon-Kyu; Lim, Hye-Jung
Author Affiliation:Turfgrass Research Institute, AMENC Co. Ltd, Inchoen and Rep. of Korea
Title:Change of soil physicochemical properties by mixed ratio of 4 types of soil amendments used in golf course
Source:Korean Journal of Turfgrass Science. Vol. 24, No. 2, 2010, p. 205-210.
# of Pages:6
Publishing Information:Korea: Turfgrass Society of Korea
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    Last checked: 06/09/2016
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Abstract/Contents:"This study was conducted to investigate the effect of the mixed ratio of the soil amendments, peat, humate, peatmoss and zeolite, on the soil physicochemical properties. The mixed ratios of soil amendments were 0%, 3%, 5%, 7% and 10% (v/v) incorporated with sand which met to the USGA (United State of Golf Association) recommendation. It was measured pH, EC and CEC as a chemical properties. Porosity, capillary porosity, air-filled porosity, bulk density and hydraulic conductivity were also measured to analyze the changes of physical properties. Chemical properties were significantly different by mixture ratios of peat, humate, peatmoss and zeolite. When the results were applied to the USGA standard of the soil physical properties, the optimum mixture ratios of peat, humate and peatmoss were 5%, 3% and 7%, respectively. Air-filled porosity was factor involved in soil physical properties by blending with soil amendments and it was affected on volume of porosity and hydraulic conductivity. To analyze the corelation of mixture ratio versus to physical characters, the ratio of peat and peatmoss was significantly related to capillary porosity and hydraulic conductivity (P<0.05), that of humate hydraulic conductivity (P<0.01), and that of zeolite air-filled porosity and volume of porosity (P<0.05). These results could be used as a basic data for construction USGA sand green."
Language:Korean
References:35
Note:Abstract appears in English
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Kim, Y.-S., S.-K. Ham, and H.-J. Lim. 2010. Change of soil physicochemical properties by mixed ratio of 4 types of soil amendments used in golf course. (In Korean, with English abstract.) Korean Journal of Turfgrass Science. 24(2):p. 205-210.
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