2 edition of Turfgrass breeding found in the catalog.
Scotts Turfgrass Research Conference (4th 1972 Marysville, Ohio)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors, William R. Kneebone...[et al.]|
|Series||Proceedings of Scotts Turfgrass Research Conference -- v. 4.|
|Contributions||Kneebone, William R., Scott (O. M.) & Sons Company.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
The International Forage & Turfgrass Breeding Conference (IFTBC) will be held at the Holiday Inn Orlando – Disney Springs. The property is conveniently located within the Walt Disney World Resort and is just a short walk from everything the Disney Springs area has to offer, as well as several Orlando attractions, and shopping. Christians' Fundamentals of Turfgrass Management provides an excellent and very readable scientific overview to turf and grass care. I found this book to be a refreshing read in comparison to the literature put out by seed/fertilizer manufacturers. The target audience of this book is turf management professionals and students learning that trade/5.
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Book: Turfgrass biology, genetics and breeding pp.x + pp. at ends of chapters Abstract: Following an introduction on the origins of turfgrasses, this book is divided into two sections: cool season grasses (13 chapters) and warm season grasses (7 Cited by: The only book that deals specifically with the science behind the major types of turfgrasses, Turfgrass Biology will prove to be an invaluable, time-saving reference and research tool for professionals interested or engaged in the genesis of ass Biology, Genetics, and .
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Seashore paspalum: Breeding a turfgrass for the future. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online. November 1. 6(21) Braman, S.
Kristine and Paul L. Raymer. Tolerance of seashore paspalum to feeding by Japanese beetle. USGA Turfgrass and. Thorough biological coverage of all major turf species.
Turfgrass Biology, Genetics, and Breeding presents for the first time a comprehensive study of the various types of turfgrasses, their genetic and biological makeup, and the specifics of when, how, where, and why each species was adapted for use.
The only book of its kind specifically addressing turfgrass science, this timesaving Brand: Wiley. Turfgrass Resources. Aggie Turf- This is the overarching turfgrass research and extension program of the Texas A&M University System, which houses the Dallas Center's turfgrass breeding program.
Turfgrass Producers of Texas (TPT) - Use this comprehensive database to find any turfgrass variety bred in conjunction with the Dallas Center's breeding program.
This book presents a comprehensive overview of current knowledge and issues in the field of turfgrass research and management, including the genetics and breeding, the diseases and pests, and the ecology of turfgrasses, and will appeal to a broad spectrum of readers.
Turfgrass research Agent checking turf Turfgrass in pots Water stream Field Day Sea Isle We are the turfgrass breeding and genetics research program of the University of Georgia on the Griffin Campus conducting research to develop and improve warm-season turfgrass species. This program has state and federal support and is also funded by.
Turfgrass Breeding at UGA Briefly summarizes turfgrass varieties and Georgia's turfgrass production. UGA Turfgrass Team The exceptional team behind several premier turfgrass varieties, making its mark through solid, long-term commitments to new cultivar development, education and on-going research and support for all of our grasses.
During the ’s, the turfgrass breeding program started to expand under the direction of Dr. Reed Funk. As the farmland in the area began to be used for housing the need for better turf was growing. The Adelphia farm was the ideal site to develop more drought. This book, edited by two knowledgeable and highly respected experts, presents for the first time a comprehensive study of the various types of turfgrasses, their genetic and biological makeup, and the specifics of when, how, where and why each species was adapted for use.
RONNY R. DUNCAN, PhD, is a professor of Turfgrass Breeding and Stress Brand: Michael D. Casler. This comprehensive book is an invaluable source of information for research-ers, students, and practitioners, as well as an excellent aid to teaching worldwide.
As this book shows, turfgrass science is alive and well, producing valuable infor-mation to make turfgrass more resilient in. The purpose of this organization is to serve the turf industry through education and sharing of important and useful information, ideas, and techniques and to promote integrity and professionalism in turfgrass breeding.
The corporation shall also provide for the investigation and testing of varieties for the purpose of providing education, information, and expert assistance to.
Progress 11/07/05 to 11/06/10 Outputs OUTPUTS: The turfgrass breeding program under the direction of project H, M. e, has developed and released 15 cultivars of various grass species which have been commercialized over past decade & used throughout the US & a number of foreign countries.
PRAIRIE buffalograss was the 1st release in & has been used throughout the. Book Condition: The book is very good. May have a slightly bumped lid corner or slight shelf wear. Clean pages. No notes. no writing. No highlighting. The book does not contain additional material/access code/CD/ the book will come.
If you have any problems or concerns please write to us' you will get the response before 24 by: 5. Whether you're a golf course superintendent or a homeowner who wants the perfect lawn, there'll be something for you at a University of Georgia Turfgrass Field Day.
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Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.) is a highly adapted and important turfgrass species in cool-season has high and variable polyploidy, small and metacentric chromosomes, and a facultative apomictic breeding system.
As a result of the polyploidy and apomixis, identifying hybrids for Mendelian selection, identifying fixed apomictic progeny of desirable hybridizations for cultivar. Turfgrass cultivars from the Rutgers turfgrass breeding program represented over 90% of the top 30 cultivars in the (NTEP) National Turfgrass Evaluation Trials for tall fescues, fine fescues, and perennial ryegrasses.
More than fifty percent of the top 25 cultivars in the and NTEP Kentucky bluegrass trials were from Rutgers. Turfgrass Science The turfgrass program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is made up of experts in the areas of turfgrass breeding, weed science, plant physiology, entomology, and soil and water management.
Our mission is to provide turfgrass research and education and to maintain high quality turfgrass while reducing water and other inputs. Minnesota turfgrass breeding program to include most of the major cool-season turfgrass species.
Our climate provides a unique oppor-tunity to develop turfgrass varieties that are tolerant of severe winters and the diseases associated with our environment. Tall fescue is considered to be the most drought tolerant cool-season turfgrass.
Turf. Turfgrass is an important component of many landscapes. Research has shown that landscapes support diverse, abundant, and intact bee communities in New York, California, and Ohio. In fact, the abundance and diversity of bees visiting home landscapes have been observed to approach, and even exceed, numbers in nearby natural and/or agricultural.
This book, edited by two knowledgeable and highly respected experts, presents for the first time a comprehensive study of the various types of turfgrasses, their genetic and biological makeup, and the specifics of when, how, where and why each species was adapted for use.
RONNY R. DUNCAN, PhD, is a professor of Turfgrass Breeding and Stress. TURFGRASS BREEDING Throughout the history of the Green Section, turfgrass breeding research with universities and the U.S.
Depart- ment of Agriculture has led to improve- ments in the major turfgrasses used on golf courses. For example, the USGA has sponsored research in Georgia since and at Rutgers University since Grass Varieties BERMUDAGRASS.
Characteristics: Warm-season grass - fine to medium leaf texture, dark green, dense and low growing via rhizomes and stolons some varieties tolerate very low maintenance, while others produce lawns of exceptional beauty when given extra care - root system is extensive and very deep.
Recommended Usage: Best adapted to hot, dry or tropical climates - .Dr. Bill Meyer, turfgrass breeder, joined the program in Under the leadership of Dr. Meyer, the Rutgers turfgrass program has evolved into the leading turfgrass breeding program in the world. It also maintains the largest germplasm pool of cool-season turfgrasses available for breeding.