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  1. Vol. 57 No. 3, p. 239-240
     
    Published: May, 1965


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doi:10.2134/agronj1965.00021962005700030002x

Forage and Turf Potential of Giant Bermudagrass in the Southeastern United States1

  1. Raymond B. Cooper and
  2. Glenn W. Burton2

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Synopsis

Giant bermudagrass yielded no more forage than common bermudagrass and only about 55% as much as Coastal bermudagrass whether cut weekly or at five-week intervals. Giant bermudagrass was inferior to common bermudagrass as a turf grass. It gradually gave way to common bermudagrass when mowed but had not been eliminated after two years of very close, weekly mowing.

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