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Author(s):DaCosta, Michelle; Watkins, Eric; Ebdon, Scott; Petrella, Dominic; Aamlid, Trygve S.; Espevig, Tatsiana; Waalen, Wendy; Dalmannsdottir, Sigridur; L├Ânnberg, Carl-Johan
Author Affiliation:DaCosta and Ebdon: University of Massachusetts; Watkins and Petrella: University of Minnesota; Aamlid, Espevig, Waalen, Dalmannsdottir, and L├Ânnberg: Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research
Title:Understanding factors associated with successful re-establishment of golf course putting greens following winterkill
Section:Integrated turfgrass management
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Ecophysiology: Light and temperature
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Source:Mike Davis Program for Advancing Golf Course Management: 2021 Progress Reports. 2021, p. 135-141.
Publishing Information:[New York, New York]: The United States Golf Association Green Section
# of Pages:7
See Also:See also related item "Factors affecting the reestablishment of putting greens following winterkill", Golfdom, 80(1) January 2024, p. 46-50, R=334581. R=334581
See Also:Other Reports from this USGA research project: 2019-17-687
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USGA Summary Points:A set of 12 creeping bentgrass cultivars were evaluated for differences in seedling vigor and establishment in response to low temperatures and variable light intensities. Exposure of creeping bentgrass seedlings to freezing temperatures was shown to temporarily inhibit photosynthesis and growth of some cultivars to a greater extent than others, with cultivars such as for L-93, Memorial, Proclamation, and T-1 showing higher seedling sensitivity to freezing events. Creeping bentgrass cultivars different in their overall seedling vigor when grown under lower nutrient availability at 15┬░C Based on replicated field experiments in Minnesota and Norway, the use of shade cloths to achieve 50 to 90% reductions in light intensity increased photochemical efficiency and growth of creeping bentgrass seedlings during low temperatures typical of spring months. Different creeping bentgrass cultivars did not significantly vary in their overall establishment rate, but the use of a synthetic permeable cover decreased the time to achieve 50% turf coverage during spring establishment.
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
DaCosta, M., E. Watkins, S. Ebdon, D. Petrella, T. S. Aamlid, T. Espevig, et al. 2021. Understanding factors associated with successful re-establishment of golf course putting greens following winterkill. USGA Turfgrass Environ. Res. Summ. p. 135-141.
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