Cynodon

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A study area was demarcated in a 35 x 29 m central area of the pasture in which 'Tifton 85' bermudagrass had been grown for at least 3 yr.
Yet, current fertilizer recommendations for Tifton 85 are based on outdated studies that focused on other types of bermudagrass.
If I caught them two or three days earlier, there wouldnt have been near as much damage, Quick said of the condition of his coastal bermudagrass crop.
The values of temperature, relative humidity, dew point, solar radiation, rainfall and wind (maximum and minimum average) at the cutting and drying dates for Tifton 85 bermudagrass are shown in Table 1.
Bermudagrass in Tulsa is not nearly as prone to turf disease as fescue, so if it is more convenient to water in the early evening, go ahead and do so during drought conditions.
Fields of bermudagrass, which is grown both for hay and seed, are burned primarily in the winter, while wheat stubble is burned during the summer.
Stomach contents (n = 14) contained common reed (Phragmites australis), water pennywort (Hydroelyle umbellata), giant reed (Arundo donax), spi kerush (Eleocharis caribaea), bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon), water hyssop (Bacopa monnieri), foxtail (Alopecurus sp).
Almost everywhere one looks these days in central Arkansas, courses are giving up on their bentgrass greens and turning to Champion Bermudagrass.
4 Most warm-season lawns, such as bermudagrass and St.
They conducted a two-year study of SDI that compared yields of bermudagrass hay irrigated with wastewater and hay irrigated with well water and amended with commercial fertilizer.
Then chapters focus in turn on alfalfa, wheatgrass and wildrye grasses, bahiagrass, Brachiaria, birdsfoot trefoil, clover, Bermudagrass, and ryegrass.
5 years to assess the impact of reuse water on soil-turfgrass systems, including bermudagrass, perennial ryegrass, and bentgrass.