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Author(s):Kurtz, Kent
Author Affiliation:Historian, Sports Turf Managers Association
Title:[A pioneer in the area of turfgrass science]
Article Series:[Dr. William H. Daniel, part 2]
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Source:Sports Turf Manager [STMA]. Vol. 18, No. 6, November/December 2000, p. 10-11.
Publishing Information:Council Bluffs, IA: Sports Turf Managers Association
# of Pages:2
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Calcium arsenate; Personal profile; Career growth; Agrostis stolonifera; Zoysia japonica; Poa pratensis; Crabgrass control
Subjects' Names:Daniel, William H.
Abstract/Contents:Profiles William H. Daniel. Discusses some of his early ideas, inluding advocating the "blending of cultivars/varieties of the same species when establishing turf," and using calcium arsenate in conjunction with phosphorous reduction to eliminate crabgrass. The calcium arsenate also helped reduce Poa annua populations by inhibiting germination.
See Also:See also part 1 "Dr. William H. Daniel: Man, innovator, scientist, friend - part I" Sports Turf Manager, 18(5) September/October 2000, p. 8-9, R=70159. R=70159

See also part 3 "[Removing excess water vertically from fields using PAT systems]" Sports Turf Manager, 19(1) January/February 2001, p. 11-12, R=216292. R=216292
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Kurtz, K. 2000. [A pioneer in the area of turfgrass science]. Sports Turf Manager [STMA]. 18(6):p. 10-11.
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