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Author(s):Landry, Gil
Author Affiliation:Extension Turf Specialist, The University of Georgia
Title:Winter injury observations
Source:Through The Green. September/October 1994, p. 10, 12.
Publishing Information:Watkinsville, GA: Georgia Golf Course Superintendents Association
# of Pages:2
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Winter injury; Stress factors; Moisture; Traffic; Mowing height; Slope
Abstract/Contents:"Winter injury generally results from combinations of factors and not a single factor. Winter injury may also reflect an accumulation of stress over an entire season leading to a less hardy plant. Obviously, the objective of a post mortem is to properly identify those limiting factors so that management practices can be adjusted in hopes of reducing future injury." Factors of influence included traffic/soil conditions, mowing height, slope direction and severity, moisture, cultivar, and minor stresses. Also considered the fertility of the land.
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Landry, G. 1994. Winter injury observations. Through The Green. p. 10, 12.
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