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Author(s):Kamon, Y.; Murata, R.; Kobayashi, Y.
Author Affiliation:Kamon: KGU Green Research Center; Murata and Kobayashi: Arimafuji Country Club, Japan
Title:Touki thîguraundo rachika boushi notameno ôbâshîdo: Koraishiba thîguraundo heno ôbâshîdo
Translated Title:Overseeding teegrounds for non-bare condition in winter season: Overseeding at Zoysiagrass teegrounds
Article Series:Overseeding teegrounds for non-bare condition, Part 2
Section:Practical articles
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Source:Turf Research Bulletin [Kansai Golf Union Green Section Research Center] [Gurin Kenkyo Hokokushu]. Vol. 38, February 1980, p. 57-63.
# of Pages:8
Publishing Information:Takarazuka, Japan: Kansai Golf Union Green Section Research Center [Kansi Goruhu Renmei Gurin Kenkyujo]
Abstract/Contents:"The purpose of overseeding at zoysiagrass teegrounds are (1) avoidance to change the bare grounds at dormant zoysiagrass teegrounds for useing [using] in winter season, (2) avoidance to resod at the bare teegrounds in spring, (3) attempt at coxistence of warm season turfgrass (zoysiagrass) and cool season turfgrasses (perennial ryegrass, kentucky bluegrass and bentgrass). This overseeding test were done at Arima Fuji C. C. Sanda, Hyogo. The useing [using] seeds are shown at table 1. At the teegrounds to use the wood club, some teegrounds were avoided to change the bare condition. Useing [Using] periods at overseeded teegrounds were from Nov. to July. In May, zoysiagrass began to bud and it's covering rate incrased [increased] after then at No 4 and 8 teegrounds. These teegrounds were covered up almost xoysiagrass in Aug.. But at No 1 teeground overseed could not avoid to change the bare condition, because useing [using] area for tee shot were restricted by hole design. It could not avoid at No 17 teegrounds could not recover, so we needed the resod in early summer. Turf condition in useing [using] periods are shown table 3. In the result of this examination, I think as follows, when perennial ryegrass were used the overseed at wood club useing [using] teegrounds[,] it is possible to non-bare condition in winter season. But it will be need[ed] that the practical area is 100-150 m2. The exchange from pernnial ryegrass to xoysiagrass will be possible on suitable condition that practical area, quantity of seed, management technique and environmental condition at overseeded teegrounds. On attempt at coxistence of warm season turfgrass and cool season turfgrasses, satisfactory dates were gain in this overseeding test, because kentucky bluegrass and bentgrass were insufficient germination in overseeding condtion with perennial ryegrass or creeping red fescue. At Kansai area, perennial ryegrass[es] were summer dormancy or died at Aug., so there were [it was] very difficult to manage in good condition at [in the] summer. I will examin the some problems to overseed kentucky bluegrass at xoysiagrass teegrounds."
See Also:See also part 1, March 1979, p. 77-81, R=69385 R=69385
Note:English summary appears
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Kamon, Y., R. Murata, and Y. Kobayashi. 1980. Touki thîguraundo rachika boushi notameno ôbâshîdo: Koraishiba thîguraundo heno ôbâshîdo. (In Japanese) Turf Res. Bull. 38:p. 57-63.
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