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Title: Effects of different rates of N and Fe fertilisation on the growth of Tifdwarf Bermudagrass (Cynodon Dactylon x C. Transvaalensis L. Burtt-Davey) and Zoysiagrass(Zoysia Japonica Steud.) grown on sand media of different particle sizes
Authors: Tan, Ching Wei.
Keywords: DRNTU::Science::Biological sciences::Botany
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: The management of turfgrass in Singapore has received much attention in recent years. It was given greater emphasis with the construction of more new golf courses. With higher expectations for quality of turfgrass management and the need to reduce maintenance cost, there arises a requirement to have better knowledge in maintaining good quality turfgrasses under local conditions and at a relatively low cost. As fertiliser programme, in particular nitrogen and iron, constitutes the key factor in determining the quality of the turfgrass, this study was conducted to determine their optimal rates of applications under local conditions to achieve good quality turfgrass.
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