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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • SRP1107I-ZOYSIA-COLORANTS
    SRP1107I-ZOYSIA-COLORANTS
    Evaluation of Colorants on 'Meyer' Zoysiagrass

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Turf colorants effectively enhanced green color of dormant zoysiagrass. Using a higher application rate or adding a midwinter application helped color persistence. Colorants increased canopy temperatures more than soil temperatures, which may encourage earlier spring greenup. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 3-page, color.

  • SRP1107G-NTEP-ZOYSIA-AND-BERMUDA
    SRP1107G-NTEP-ZOYSIA-AND-BERMUDA
    Winter Survival of 2013 National Turfgrass Evaluation Program Zoysiagrass and Bermudagrass Entries at Kansas Locations

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Only a few entries in the zoysiagrass and bermudagrass National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP) trials exhibited good survival following the 2013–2014 winter and will be suitable for use in Kansas. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 4-page, color.

  • S20
    S20
    Turf Pest Control, Category 3B

    Publication covers turf diseases, weeds, pests, environmental issues, and other causes of poor turf. Includes information for identification and control of fungi, weeds, turf insects, and wildlife, including skunks, moles, and gophers. Integrated pest management and pesticide safety education. Color, 68 pages.

    $9.65
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