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Author(s):Tompkins, Darrell; Ross, Jim; Moroz, Dave
Title:Control of winter injury caused by ice cover on Poa annua and Agrostis palustris
Section:Stress physiology studies
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Source:PTRC - Prairie Turfgrass Research Centre Annual Report 1997 [Alberta]. 1997, p. 38-39.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Olds, Alberta: Prairie Turfgrass Research Centre
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Ice cover; Poa annua; Agrostis stolonifera; Winter injury; Mode of action; Flooding; Temperatures; Snow removal; Cold resistance; Ice injury
Abstract/Contents:Details the findings of research done on winter injury caused by ice cover and the effects it has on Poa annua and Agrostis palustris. The study specifically looked at the effects of ice cover in Poa annua and Agrostis palustris and which type of freezing which has the greatest effect on LT₅₀ value with regards to flooding, dehardening and ice encasement. Management strategies were also outlined for preventing ice injury. The trial was done under controlled conditions which varied greatly from an actual field study. The study was again conducted at a later date without controlled conditions to obtain better accuracy in doing the research.
See Also:Updated reprint appears in The Turf Line News, Vol. 156 February/March 2000, p. 20-21, R=63960. R=63960
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Tompkins, D., J. Ross, and D. Moroz. 1997. Control of winter injury caused by ice cover on Poa annua and Agrostis palustris. Prairie Turfgrass Res. Annu. Rep. p. 38-39.
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