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Response of Kentucky bluegrass to growth retardant chemicals



Response of Kentucky bluegrass to growth retardant chemicals



Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, Boston (Volume 30): 327-333



Four tests were carried out to evaluate chemicals for seedhead suppression and top growth control of close-cut Kentucky bluegrass. Retardants were more effective when used in May or June than in September.

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