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Author(s):Gaussoin, R. E.; Drijber, R.; Powers, W.; Shearman, R. C.; Aslan, M.; Vaitkus, M. R.; Wit, L. A.
Author Affiliation:Vaitkus: Research technologist, turfgrass management and physiology; and Wit: Unit manager, JSA Turf and Ornamental Research Facility, ARDC, Mead, NE; Gaussoin, Drijber, Powers, and Shearman: Faculty, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Title:Grow-in and cultural impacts on USGA putting greens and their microbial communities
Section:Physiology and management
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Source:1999 Turfgrass Research Report [Nebraska]. 1999, p. 57-62.
Publishing Information:[Lincoln, NE]: University of Nebraska
# of Pages:6
Series:HTR 92-3
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Grow in; Cultural methods; Golf greens; Soil microorganisms; Root zone; Biomass; Infiltration; Shoot density; Turfgrass quality; Color; Turfgrass establishment; USGA recommendations; Establishment; Golf green construction; Percent living ground cover; Disease severity; Pythium; Ball roll distance; Root zone mixture; Comparisons; Surface hardness; Physical properties of soil
Abstract/Contents:Presents a study "to develop a better understanding of the impact of grow-in procedures on putting green establishment and performance. Impacts on the physical, chemical and microbiological factors associated with the USGA root zones and rhizosphere are emphasized in the project." Results include that "mibrobial biomass was not affected by root-zone mix or grow-in procdure on plots established in 1997,...water infiltration measurements from treatments established in 1997, 1998 or 1999 did not differ in establishment or subsequent years,...[and] establishment results were similar in greens established in 1997, 1998, or 1999. For three consecutive years it was found that higher inputs initially will increase cover during grow-in."
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Gaussoin, R. E., R. Drijber, W. Powers, R. C. Shearman, M. Aslan, M. R. Vaitkus, et al. 1999. Grow-in and cultural impacts on USGA putting greens and their microbial communities. Turfgrass Res. Rep. Nebr. p. 57-62.
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