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Author(s):Sifers, S. I.; Beard, J. B.; Fraser, M. L.
Author Affiliation:Sifers: International Sports Turf Institute, Inc., Bryan, TX; Beard: International Sports Turf Institute, Inc., College Station, TX; Fraser: Pure Seed Testing, Inc, Rolesville, NC
Title:Botanical comparisons of twelve Agrostis cultivars in a warm-humid climate
Section:Technical paper
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Meeting Info.:Sydney, NSW, Australia: 20-25 July, 1997
Source:Proceedings of the 8th International Turfgrass Research Conference. Vol. 8, 1997, p. 208-218.
# of Pages:11
Publishing Information:Sydney, Australia: International Turfgrass Society
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Agrostis stolonifera; Shoots; Roots; Botany; Heat stress; Shoot density; Biomass; Cultivar evaluation; Heat resistance; Humidity; Golf courses; Golf greens; Visual evaluation; Turfgrass quality; Thatch; Root length; Rooting
Cultivar Names:Penn G-2; Penn G-6; Penn A-1; Seaside II; SR 1020; Penneagle; Southshore; Crenshaw; Cobra; Penncross; Cato; PennLinks
Abstract/Contents:"The botanical shoot and root characteristics of twelve Agrostis stolonifera cultivars were assessed both during favourable growing conditions and following a severe hot-humid stress period while maintained at a 3.2mm cutting height near Rolesville, North Carolina. Differences were observed among cultivars at both assessment times in terms of such botanical parameters as shoot density, shoot/mat/thatch biomass, and root biomass. Under favourable growing conditions the root biomass ranged from a maximum of 100g for Penncross to a minimum of 14g for Crenshaw. These same favourable conditions produced shoot densities in excess of 3,000/dm2 for Penn G-2, Penn G-6 and Penn A-1, even when maintained at a cutting height of 3.2mm. Decreases in most botanical parameters were observed in October following the hot-humid stress period, with the root biomass levels ranging from a high of 50g for Penn G-2 to 3g for Crenshaw, while the shoot densities ranged from a high of 3,313/dm2 for Penn G-2 to 1,533 per dm2 for PennLinks."
Language:English
References:6
Note:See also related R=56660.
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Sifers, S. I., J. B. Beard, and M. L. Fraser. 1997. Botanical comparisons of twelve Agrostis cultivars in a warm-humid climate. Int. Turfgrass Res. Conf. 8:p. 208-218.
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