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Author(s):Kraemer, Ben; Goatley, Mike Jr.; Dickerson, Jon; Askew, Whitnee; Askew, Shawn D.; McCall, David
Author Affiliation:Kraemer: Graduate Student; Goatley: Ph.D. and Professor and Turfgrass Extension Specialist; Dickerson: Research Specialist; Askew, W.: Senior Technician; Askew, S. D.: Ph.D. and Associate Professor and Extension Turfgrass Weed Specialist; McCall: Turfgrass Pathologist and Research Associate, Virginia Tech
Title:Traffic tolerance and spring recovery of multiple bermudagrass cultivars subjected to simulated fall football traffic
Section:Research report
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Source:Virginia Turfgrass Journal. May/June 2015, p. 13-15.
# of Pages:3
Publishing Information:Franklin, Tennessee: Leading Edge Communications, LLC
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Choice of cultivar; Cynodon; Research priorities; Spring green-up; Traffic simulation; Transition zone; Visual evaluation; Wear resistance
Language:English
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Kraemer, B., M. Jr. Goatley, J. Dickerson, W. Askew, S. D. Askew, and D. McCall. 2015. Traffic tolerance and spring recovery of multiple bermudagrass cultivars subjected to simulated fall football traffic. VA Turfgrass J. p. 13-15.
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