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Author(s):Webber, A. Duke
Title:The effects of canola meal fertilizer on germination and establishment of Agrostis palustris
Section:Soil amendment studies
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Source:PTRC - Prairie Turfgrass Research Centre Annual Report 1996 [Alberta]. 1996, p. 33-35.
# of Pages:3
Publishing Information:[Olds, Alberta, Canada]: [Prairie Turfgrass Research Centre]
Abstract/Contents:"This study examines the effects of a more recently developed canola meal fertilizer incorporated into a sand based rootzone mix at two different rates. This trial coincides with previous studies done at the Prairie Turfgrass Research Center which concluded that canola meal had some detrimental effects on early seedling development of Penncross Creeping Bentgrass and water crows (Toews and Ross, 1992). These studies were done with older varieties of canola (Brassica spp.). This study will reflect more recently developed varieties with lower levels of glucons thought to be responsible for the toxicity. The results showed significant effects on the early development of Creeping Bentgrass seedlings when higher rates of both canola meal and an organic sewage sludge derivitive [derivative] were used."
Language:English
References:2
Note:Summary appears as abstract
Reprint appears in Prairie Turfgrass Research Centre, 1997, p. [1-3]
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Webber, A. D. 1996. The effects of canola meal fertilizer on germination and establishment of Agrostis palustris. Prairie Turfgrass Res. Annu. Rep. p. 33-35.
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