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Response of Meyer Zoysia to Lime and Fertilizer Treatments


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  1. Vol. 51 No. 2, p. 81-83

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  1. Felix V. Juska1



Most rapid growth of Meyer zoysia was obtained when the soil pH approached a range between 6 and 7 and adequate amounts of a complete fertilizer were used. Response to nitrogen was more pronounced than to either phosphorus or potassium; however, phosphorus significantly increased top, stolon, and root growth. An optimum supply of potassium in combination with other fertilizer elements increased stolon development.

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