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Author(s):Brauen, S. E.; Stahnke, G. D.; Ekuan, A.; Ingram, R.; Hopkins, J.
Title:Reducing disease and fungicide use on golf course greens with P and S fertilization
Source:The Turf Line News. Vol. 124, October/November 1994, p. 42, 44-45.
# of Pages:3
Publishing Information:[British Columbia]: Western Canada Turfgrass Association
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Diseases; Phosphorus; Golf greens; Sulfur; Agrostis stolonifera; Poa annua; Microdochium patch; Fertilization
Cultivar Names:Penneagle
Abstract/Contents:"During the past 4 years we have followed the condition of Penneagle creeping bentgrass/annual bluegrass turf associated with S, P and calcium (Ca) [calcium carbonate] nutrition... As has been shown (table) in the past research here, turfgrasses do not require great quantities of P but it is essential for good root development and the P must be in a continuous supply. One to 2 lb of P2O5/1000 sq. ft. will be sufficient to meet plant needs after grasses have become well established. More may be required during establishment."
Note:Reprinted from: Washington State University 1994 Puyallup Turfgrass Field Day
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Brauen, S. E., G. D. Stahnke, A. Ekuan, R. Ingram, and J. Hopkins. 1994. Reducing disease and fungicide use on golf course greens with P and S fertilization. Turf Line News. 124:p. 42, 44-45.
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