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Response of cool-season turfgrasses to liquid applications of fertilizer



Response of cool-season turfgrasses to liquid applications of fertilizer



Progress Report, Pennsylvania College of Agriculture (350): 31



Three soluble fertilizers (34-0-0, 28-7-14 and 20-30-20) and a granular lightweight fertilizer (23-7-7) were applied at various rates and timings to determine their effects on the growth, colour and composition of Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis) Merion and creeping red fescue (Festuca rubra) Pennlawn.

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