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Author(s):Prämaßing, W.; Franken, H.; Reinders, A.; Schulz, H.
Author Affiliation:Prämaßing: DEULA Rheinland GmbH, University of Bonn; Franken and Reinders: University of Bonn; Schulz: University of Hohenheim
Title:Changed in soil physical properties of different turfgrass soils as affected by aeration
Section:Abstracts
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Meeting Info.:Toronto, Ontario, Canada: 15-21 July, 2001
Source:IXth International Turfgrass Research Conference. Vol. 9, 2001, p. 64.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:[Toronto, Canada]: International Turfgrass Society
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Physical properties of soil; Aeration; Root zone; Sports turf; Compaction; Rolling; Bulk density; Hydraulic conductivity; Permeability; Subsurface application; Solid tine coring
Abstract/Contents:"Investigations were carried out to describe the change of soil physical properties in different rootzone mixtures supporting sports turf after aeration with high pressure water injection (Hydroject 3000) and a deep solid tine cultivation (STC) with refracting angle (Terra Spike P6). Rootzone mixing ratios [of] soil to sand were 13:87, 37:63, 67:33 and 100% soil. The objective was the recording of cultivating effects and following compaction caused by rolling. Significant differences were recorded for a reduction of cultivating effects and following compaction caused by rolling. Significant differences were recorded for a reduction of bulk density, an increase of hydraulic conductivity and air permeability of the 13:87 ratio by water injection to a depth of 12 cm. STC showed a significant decrease of bulk density in the 67:33 ratio and the 100% soil variation between 3-7 cm. A significant increase of air permeability occured [occurred] in the 37:63 variation from 8-12 cm and of hydraulic conductivity in the 13:87 ratio from 3-7 cm. Penetrometer readings could support some effects, but were extremely influenced by soil moisture. First results showed a decrease of penetration resistance up to 0,8 MPa after treatment with water injection between 6-9 cm and 0,5 MPa after STC between 10-13 cm in the 13:87 variation. Following compaction by rolling was measured with penetrometer. Readings showed insignificant lower penetration resistance on treated plots compared to untreated control after six weeks. That indicates an almost compensated aeration effect."
Language:English
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Prämaßing, W., H. Franken, A. Reinders, and H. Schulz. 2001. Changed in soil physical properties of different turfgrass soils as affected by aeration. Int. Turfgrass Res. Conf. 9:p. 64.
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