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Vertical Mulching for Improvement of Old Golf Greens: …A further evaluation

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T. G. Byrne, Alameda County
W. B. Davis, University of California
L. J. Booher, University of California
L. F. Werenfels, University of California

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California Agriculture 19(5):12-14.

Published May 01, 1965

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The practice of close-spaced vertical mulching does not appear to be the complete solution to the problem of improving old golf greens. Better irrigation systems are also needed to take advantage of the new root environment provided by the improved soil mix in the vertical mulch holes. The interrelationship between vertical mulching and other cultural practices is also being studied.

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Vertical Mulching for Improvement of Old Golf Greens: …A further evaluation

T. G. Byrne, W. B. Davis, L. J. Booher, L. F. Werenfels
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Vertical Mulching for Improvement of Old Golf Greens: …A further evaluation

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Authors

T. G. Byrne, Alameda County
W. B. Davis, University of California
L. J. Booher, University of California
L. F. Werenfels, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(5):12-14.

Published May 01, 1965

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The practice of close-spaced vertical mulching does not appear to be the complete solution to the problem of improving old golf greens. Better irrigation systems are also needed to take advantage of the new root environment provided by the improved soil mix in the vertical mulch holes. The interrelationship between vertical mulching and other cultural practices is also being studied.

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