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Author(s):Kamon, Yasuhiko; Maekawa, Kyosuke; Washio, Kojiro
Author Affiliation:Kamon: KGU Green Research Center; Maekawa: Mita G.C.; and Washio: Ono G.C., Japan
Title:Touki ti guraundo hadakachika boushi no tameno obaa shiido
Translated Title:Overseeding teegrounds for non-bare condition in winter season
Article Series:Overseeding teegrounds for non-bare condition, Part 1
Section:Research article
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Source:Turf Research Bulletin [Kansai Golf Union Green SectionResearch Center] [Gurin Kenkyo Hokokushu]. Vol. 36, March 1979, p. 77-81.
# of Pages:5
Publishing Information:Takarazuka, Japan: Kansai Golf Union Green Section Research Center [Kansi Goruhu Renmei Gurin Kenkyujo]
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Golf tees; Overseeding; Golf courses; Winter; Winter play; Zoysia; Cynodon; Poa pratensis; Festuca rubra; Golf shoes; Blends; Seed mixtures
Abstract/Contents:"Golf players use the dormant zoysiagrass or bermudagrass teegrounds in winter season, so the turfgrass take a heavy injury in small teeground. These teegrounds are almost changed [to] the bare ground in winter. Overseeding teegrounds are thought to evade this no good condition. This examination are [is] done in bermudagrass teegrounds at Ono Golf Club and Sanda Golf Club. We used next mixtured seeds:perennial ryegrass(80 g/m²), kentucky [Kentucky] bluegrass(20g/m²) and creeping bentgrass(4g/m²) at Ono G.C, and perennial ryegrass(80g/m²) and creeping red fescue(60g/m²) at Sanda G.C. The average of playing round number per day in this examination period are 153~165 at two golf courses. As a result, the twist wear [were] injured turfs of golf shoes by tee shot are recovered in 3~4 days, but cut injured turfs are not recovered. If teegrounds area will be 130~150 m², overseeded teegrounds are preserved the good condition to make use of a wood-club from Oct. or Nov. to Apr. or May. If it is to make use of a iron-club, the teeground may need area of 1.5~2.0 times. Overseeding is possible on zoysiagrass. Zoysiagrass greens are overseeded by perennial ryegrass at P.L. Country Club. However it is need double green to overseed zoysiagrass green, one is non-overseeded summergreen and the other is overseeded wintergreen. On zoysiagrass teegrounds, it is very difficult to overseed perennial ryegrass, but kentucky [Kentucky] bluegrass and creeping bentgrass may [be] used to overseed. In this case, teegrounds may have mixtured turfgrass of zoysiagrass, kentucky [Kentucky] bluegrass and creeping bentgrass. Especially it is little damage to use this mixtured turfgrass teeground in winter season, as a matter of course this teeground can [be] use [used] in summer season. This type teegrounds are testing at Hirono Golf Club. It is very important to maintain a non-bare conditional teegrounds in winter season, overseeding may be [a] very useful mean."
See Also:See also part 2, February 1980, p. 57-63, R=79424 R=79424
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Kamon, Y., K. Maekawa, and K. Washio. 1979. Touki ti guraundo hadakachika boushi no tameno obaa shiido. (In Japanese) Turf Res. Bull. 36:p. 77-81.
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