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https://www.gcmonline.com/course/turf/news/reduce-soil-salinity-golf-course
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Author(s):Young, Joseph
Author Affiliation:Ph.D. and Assistant Professor, Department of Plant and Soil Science, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
Title:Managing fairways with cultivation practices and surfactants in a semiarid climate: Golf courses on the Southern High Plains of Texas use high-salinity water for irrigation and often look to cultural practices and commercial products to reduce soil salinity and maintain turf quality
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Source:Golf Course Management. Vol. 88, No. 1, January 2020, p. 128-133.
# of Pages:6
Publishing Information:Lawrence, Kansas: GCSAA Communications Inc.
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Coring; Cultivation; Golf course irrigation; Golf fairway maintenance; Golf fairways; Gypsum; Irrigation water quality; Semiarid climates; Slicing; Soil salinity control; Surfactants
Language:English
References:5
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Young, J. 2020. Managing fairways with cultivation practices and surfactants in a semiarid climate: Golf courses on the Southern High Plains of Texas use high-salinity water for irrigation and often look to cultural practices and commercial products to reduce soil salinity and maintain turf quality. Golf Course Manage. 88(1):p. 128-133.
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https://www.gcmonline.com/course/turf/news/reduce-soil-salinity-golf-course
    Last checked: 01/27/2020
    Notes: Variant title "Reducing soil salinity caused by high-salinity irrigation: Can cultural practices or commercial products decrease soil salinity on their own, without the need for additional irrigation?"
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