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https://www.gcmonline.com/course/environment/news/PGR-turf-heat-stress-salt-stress
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    Notes: Variant title "PGR effects on turf under heat and salt stress: Researchers tested whether plant growth regulators could improve the health of creeping bentgrass under heat stress, salt stress and the two conditions combined"
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Author(s):Drake, Arly; Danneberger, T. Karl; Gardner, David
Author Affiliation:Drake: Ph.D. and Assistant Professor, Agriculture and Horticulture, Clark State Community College, Springfield Ohio; Danneberger and Gardner: Ph.D. and Professor, Department of Horticulture and Crop Science, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Title:PGRs affect creeping bentgrass during heat and salt stress: An ethylene synthesis inhibitor may have the potential to be used as a PGR, promoting plant health under heat stress, salt stress and a combination of the two
Section:Research
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Source:Golf Course Management. Vol. 88, No. 4, April 2020, p. 72-75.
# of Pages:4
Publishing Information:Lawrence, Kansas: GCSAA Communications Inc.
Language:English
References:12
See Also:See also related dissertation, Effect of Plant Growth Regulators on Creeping Bentgrass Growth and Health During Heat, Salt, and Combined Heat and Salt Stress, 2019, R=310632. R=310632
Note:Includes sidebar, "The research says", p. 75
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Drake, A., T. K. Danneberger, and D. Gardner. 2020. PGRs affect creeping bentgrass during heat and salt stress: An ethylene synthesis inhibitor may have the potential to be used as a PGR, promoting plant health under heat stress, salt stress and a combination of the two. Golf Course Manage. 88(4):p. 72-75.
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https://www.gcmonline.com/course/environment/news/PGR-turf-heat-stress-salt-stress
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    Notes: Variant title "PGR effects on turf under heat and salt stress: Researchers tested whether plant growth regulators could improve the health of creeping bentgrass under heat stress, salt stress and the two conditions combined"
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