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Tall fescue gaining popularity as a turfgrass

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M. Ali Harivandi

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California Agriculture 41(9):9-11.

Published September 01, 1987

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Abstract

Tall fescue's poor reputation as a lawn grass may be overcome by newly developed cultivars that produce a denser, dark green turf.

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The author expresses appreciation for partial funding of this experiment from the Northern California Turfgrass Council. He also acknowledges the assistance of Alfred Redo, Alameda County Field Assistant, and of Thomas M. Kretchun, Glen Bette-lyoun, and Stanley Rubalcava, UC Deciduous Fruit Field Station, Santa Clara.

Tall fescue gaining popularity as a turfgrass

M. Ali Harivandi
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Tall fescue gaining popularity as a turfgrass

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

M. Ali Harivandi

Publication Information

California Agriculture 41(9):9-11.

Published September 01, 1987

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Tall fescue's poor reputation as a lawn grass may be overcome by newly developed cultivars that produce a denser, dark green turf.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The author expresses appreciation for partial funding of this experiment from the Northern California Turfgrass Council. He also acknowledges the assistance of Alfred Redo, Alameda County Field Assistant, and of Thomas M. Kretchun, Glen Bette-lyoun, and Stanley Rubalcava, UC Deciduous Fruit Field Station, Santa Clara.


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