Evaluation of Cool-Season Turfgrasses Alone and In Mixtures1
- F. V. Juska and
- A. A. Hanson
A mixture of 75% Merion Kentucky blue-grass with 25% red fescue and mixtures of common Kentucky bluegrass with red fescue produced a higher quality turf in 1958 than either of the bluegrasses seeded alone. Merion seeded alone was superior to mixtures of Merion-common and Merion-red fescue the first 4 years, 1954–57, after which this variety was seriously injured by stripe smut.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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