Turf and landscape research, 1972
Creators:Niehaus, M. H.
Miller, R. W.
Muse, R. R.
Buscher, F. K.
Caldwell, J. L.
Smith, E. M.
Powell, C. C.
Kozel, P. C.
Nielsen, D. G.
Balderston, C. P.
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Publisher:Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center
Series/Report no.:Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. Research summary. 62
Evaluation of Kentucky bluegrass, fine fescue, and ryegrass varieties -- Evaluation of five Kentucky bluegrass varieties alone and in blends / M. H. Niehaus -- Effects of nitrogen fertilizer and mowing height on weed content of a Kentucky bluegrass turf / M. H. Niehaus -- Bentgrass varieties vary in tolerance to dicamba / R. W. Miller -- Kentucky bluegrass melting-out fungicide trial / R. R. Muse -- Rugosa roses for the landscape / F. K. Buscher -- Planting garden roses / J. L. Caldwell -- Pruning garden roses / J. L. Caldwell -- Winter protection for garden roses / J. L. Caldwell -- The effects of fertilizer treatments on rhododendron / E. M. Smith -- Woody cuttings contain own rooting substances / M. Kawase -- Control of quackgrass prior to planting nursery stock / E. M. Smith -- Pruning and training newly planted landscape trees / F. K. Buscher -- Systemic fungicides for use in landscape plantings / C. C. Powell -- Wood chips as a mulch for ornamentals / E. M. Smith -- The lindens / P. C. Kozel -- Pruning vines and ground covers / F. K. Buscher -- Spruce gall aphids / D. G. Nielsen and C. P. Balderston
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