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  • MF658
    MF658
    Buffalograss Lawns

    Buffalograss is a warm-season, native prairie grass that can be used for low-maintenance lawns and other turf areas. It requires less care than other lawn grasses and, once established, survives extreme heat, drought, and cold. Publication provides information on buffalograss uses, selection, care, and management. 4-page, color.

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  • SRP1107A-FOREWORD-AND-PERSONNEL
    SRP1107A-FOREWORD-AND-PERSONNEL
    Foreword and Personnel, Turfgrass Research 2014

    Foreword and personnel section of Turfgrass Research 2014. SRP1107, July 2014. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 4-page, color.

  • SRP1107C-KENTUCKY-BLUEGRASS-DRYDOWN
    SRP1107C-KENTUCKY-BLUEGRASS-DRYDOWN
    Prolonged Drought and Recovery Characteristics of Kentucky Bluegrass Cultivars

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Twenty-eight Kentucky bluegrass cultivars and two hybrid bluegrasses recovered well from extended drydowns in two years with no irrigation and little precipitation. The recovery was slower in the year with a longer, more severe drydown. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 3-page, color.

  • SRP1107F-NITRATE-LEACHING
    SRP1107F-NITRATE-LEACHING
    Irrigation Management and Nitrogen Fertilization Effects on Water Application Amounts and Nitrate Leaching in Turfgrass

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Irrigation based on soil moisture sensors saved water compared with frequency-based irrigation while providing acceptable turfgrass quality, and nitrate leaching was negligible under the conditions of this study. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 2-page, color.

  • SRP1107E-MOWING-REQUIREMENTS
    SRP1107E-MOWING-REQUIREMENTS
    Effects of Irrigation, Cutting Height, and Primo on Mowing Requirements of Tall Fescue

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Irrigation based on soil moisture sensors (SMS) saved water compared with frequency-based irrigation while providing acceptable turfgrass quality but did not affect mowing requirements of tall fescue. Increasing tall fescue mowing height, or applying Primo, resulted in mowing reductions. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 2-page, color.

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