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Nitrogen source in relation to turfgrass establishment in sand

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K. D. Gowans, Contra Costa and Santa Clara counties
E. J. Johnson, San Mateo and Sun Francisco counties

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California Agriculture 27(8):9-10.

Published August 01, 1973

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Abstract

One application of plastic coated nitrate and ammoniacal nitrogen produced acceptable turfgrass for a nine-month period in these tests. This was comparable with turf produced by six low application rates of ammonium sulfate over the same period. One application of all other nitrogen sources produced acceptable turf for three to four months. Further work is needed with different grass genera and soil types.

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The East Bay Regional Park District cooperated in this trial.

Nitrogen source in relation to turfgrass establishment in sand

K. D. Gowans, E. J. Johnson
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Nitrogen source in relation to turfgrass establishment in sand

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Authors

K. D. Gowans, Contra Costa and Santa Clara counties
E. J. Johnson, San Mateo and Sun Francisco counties

Publication Information

California Agriculture 27(8):9-10.

Published August 01, 1973

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

One application of plastic coated nitrate and ammoniacal nitrogen produced acceptable turfgrass for a nine-month period in these tests. This was comparable with turf produced by six low application rates of ammonium sulfate over the same period. One application of all other nitrogen sources produced acceptable turf for three to four months. Further work is needed with different grass genera and soil types.

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Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The East Bay Regional Park District cooperated in this trial.


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