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The temperature was then increased to 75/68 degrees F for a week and afterward to 90/82 degrees F to encourage recovery. The regrowth based on shoot emergence was visually evaluated after five weeks using binary values (1 = alive, 0 = dead). A = Tahoma 31, B = OKC 1406, C = Tifway and D = OKC 1873. (Photo: Lakshmy Gopinath, Ph.D.)

How researchers are developing freeze-tolerant bermudagrass

Bermudagrass is the most commonly used warm-season turfgrass in the Transition Zone. While lt has excellent tolerance to heat and drought, it has low tolerance to freezing temperatures. ...

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Bermudagrass winter damage at Lakeside Memorial Golf Course in spring 2021. (Photo: Mike Buxton)

A look at bermudagrass trials and spring greenup

January 3, 2022 By
The National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP) started a new seeded and vegetative bermudagrass trial in 2019. One of the northernmost and coldest locations, Wichita, Kan., is the Kansas State University experiment station. The research team maintains the seeded and vegetative ...

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Turf tweet of the month: Countdown to the end

January 3, 2022 By
Counting down the days to retirement, John Halloran recalls the start of his 50 year career in the green industry at SUNY Cobleskill. ...

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Photo: Mindy_Nicole_Photography / istock–getty images plus / getty images

GCSAA 2022: Should I stay or should I go?

January 3, 2022 By
After a year off, it’s time to consider heading out west to the first in-person GCSAA Conference and Show since February 2020. ...

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