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DOI:10.3198/jpr2014.10.0073crc
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Content Type:Registration statement
Author(s):Lu, H.; Nagata, R.; Kenworthy, K.; Cherry, R.; Quesenberry, K.; Busey, P.
Author Affiliation:Lu, Nagata, and Cherry: Everglades Research and Education Center, Univ. of Florida/IFAS, Belle Glade; Kenworthy and Quesenberry: Dep. of Agronomy, Univ. of Florida/IFAS, Gainesville; Busey: Ft. Lauderdale Research and Education Center, Univ. of Florida/IFAS, Davie, FL
Title:Registration of 'NUF-76' St. Augustinegrass
Section:Cultivar
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Source:Journal of Plant Registrations. Vol. 9, No. 3, September 2015, p. 299-303.
# of Pages:5
Publishing Information:Madison, Wisconsin: Crop Science Society of America
Related Web URL:https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/jpr/abstracts/9/3/299
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Blissus insularis; Cultivar profile; Disease resistance; Gray leaf spot; Insect resistance; Stenotaphrum secundatum
Cultivar Names:NUF-76
Abstract/Contents:"'NUF-76' (Reg. No. CV-276, PI 674513) St. Augustinegrass [Stenotaphrum secundatum (Walt.) Kuntze] was developed from a series of complex crosses and is suitable for use as a turfgrass in lawns in the southern United States. It is resistant to southern chinch bug (Blissus insularis Barber) biotypes in Florida and North Carolina, is the first diploid (2n = 2x = 18) cultivar possessing resistance to the most damaging insect pest of St. Augustinegrass, and is currently the only commercially available resistant St. Augustinegrass cultivar. It is also resistant to certain races of the fungal disease gray leaf spot, caused by Pyricularia grisea, and the planthopper (Liburnia pseudoseminigra Muir & Gifford). NUF-76 has short fine-textured leaves relative to other St. Augustinegrasses. NUF-76 has a significantly slower leaf extension rate compared with 'Floratam' and thus requires fewer mowings, reducing maintenance inputs. It produces a dense, high-quality turfgrass that is similar to or better than Floratam which is the most widely used St. Augustinegrass for lawns in Florida and south Texas."
Language:English
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Geographic Terms:Southern United States
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Lu, H., R. Nagata, K. Kenworthy, R. Cherry, K. Quesenberry, and P. Busey. 2015. Registration of 'NUF-76' St. Augustinegrass. J. Plant Regist. 9(3):p. 299-303.
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DOI: 10.3198/jpr2014.10.0073crc
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