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Author(s):Wilson, C. G.; Noer, O. J.; Latham, J. M. Jr.
Author Affiliation:Sewerage Commission of the City of Milwaukee
Title:Evaluation of cool season grasses for winter overseeding of Southern golf greens
Section:Crop Science Divisions: Division C-5 -- Turfgrass Management
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Meeting Info.:Denver, Colorado: November 17-21, 1963
Source:Agronomy Abstracts: Pan American Agronomy: 1963 Annual Meetings. 1963, p. 120.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Madison, Wisconsin: American Society of Agronomy
Abstract/Contents:"4 years evaluation of overseeding individual grasses and mixtures at various locations in the South indicate that the latter are superior to individual grasses. They provide the best season-long playing conditions and color, with no spring transition problems. The best quality ratings were from a mixture of Poa trivialis, Pennlawn creeping red fescue and Seaside bentgrass. Kentucky bluegrass increased overall quality in the Florida and Gulf Coast areas. Domestic ryegrass winterkilled in the upper South in early 1963. Seeding rates are dependent upon seedbed preparation. The 1962-1963 results show that rate of seeding can be reduced by thorough seedbed preparation and sandwiching the seed between heavy and light topdressings."
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Wilson, C. G., O. J. Noer, and J. M. Jr. Latham. 1963. Evaluation of cool season grasses for winter overseeding of Southern golf greens. Agron. Abr. p. 120.
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