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Research From Purdue University

  • Bermudagrass Seedling and Sprig Establishment on a Sand-Based Rootzone as Affected by Various Granular and Liquid Fertilizer Programs (2008).

    Research Topic:  Bermudagrass Seedling and Sprig Establishment on a Sand-Based Rootzone as Affected by Various Granular and Liquid Fertilizer Programs (2008).

     

    Limited information exists regarding the optimum nitrogen (N) rates, source, and application frequency on bermudagrass (Cynodon spp.) establishment.

    Method: Riviera bermudagrass was planted at 1.0 lb PLS and Patriot bermudagrass was planted at 8-10 live sprigs (3-6” long) per square foot on 1 and 3 July, 2008. Following planting, the entire area was covered with a… Read More +

  • Creeping Bentgrass response to Various Soluble Organic Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilizers Derived from Bone, Blood Meal and Soy Protein on a Sand-based Green (2007)

    Creeping Bentgrass response to Various Soluble Organic Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilizers Derived from Bone, Blood Meal and Soy Protein on a Sand-based Green (2007)


    Summary
    Creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stoloniferous) maintenance on putting greens requires intensive management practices including the application of slow release fertilizer materials to maintain superior turfgrass color and quality for an extended period of time. Cool-season turfgrasses respond differentially to N sources depending on their release characteristics, soil texture, and organic matter composition.… Read More +

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