Field Evaluation of Experimental Soil Surfactant: 2005 Season
This study was conducted to evaluate the efficiency and performance of an experimental welling agent on a range of turfgrasses in a variety of climates. Five trials were conducted including a control group all receiving different wetting agents at a variety of rates and volumes. Data was then collected on colour, quality, density, uniformity, as well as the formation of localized dry spots. The results were inconclusive as a lack of stress to the turfgrasses didn’t produce an adequate number of localized dry spots, making forming a proper conclusion impossible. All wetting ages had some effect on lowering the hydrophobic of the rootzone.