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Soil heating studies with cool season turfgrasses. III. Methods for the establishment of turf with seed and sod during the winter



Soil heating studies with cool season turfgrasses. III. Methods for the establishment of turf with seed and sod during the winter



Agronomy Journal 63(5): 686-689



Establishment methods using seed and turf were investigated on electrically heated soil during 2 winters. Five turfgrass species were seeded on 8 March in plots maintained at 4.4, 10.0 or 15.5 degrees C and half covered with a black polypropylene screen giving 55% shade. The treatments produced similar responses in all the grasses. Germination time was reduced by increasing soil temperature and covering.

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DOI: 10.2134/agronj1971.00021962006300050008x


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