Field Trial of Effects of Hydralogic Organic Amendment on Performance of Established Creeping Bentgrass Putting Green Turf on a USGA Green

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Date

2005

Authors

Lyons, E.
Carey, K.
Gunn, E.
Porter, A.

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Guelph Turfgrass Institute

Abstract

This study tests the performance of the sponsor’s organic amendment product on root and shoots growth rate when applied to creeping bentgrass in a USGA putting green. Data was collected on the colour, quality, uniformity, density, root system and shoot growth rate, and resistance to disease. 4 trials were conducted involving the sponsor’s product and compared to a trial treated with an industry standard and a controlled trial. The results concluded that under the given conditions, no significant effects were recorded from the sponsor's product in relation to the plot's growth or performance. Some significant effects seen can be attributed to the addition of an NPK fertilizer.

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Guelph Turfgrass Institute, Annual reports, 2005, creeping bentgrass, putting green, USGA green, Hydralogic organic amendment, fertilizer evaluation, chlorophyll index, golf greens

Citation

Lyons, E., K. Carey, E. Gunn, and A. Porter. 2005. Field trial of effects of hydralogic organic amendment on performance of established creeping bentgrass putting green turf on a USGA green. Guelph Turfgrass Inst. Res. Rep. 19:p. 19-23.

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