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Many turfgrass managers have considered no-mow, low-input turfgrass areas or are having issues with their current areas. This seminar will take a look at how different conversion methods and different turfgrass species performed when transitioning from maintained Kentucky bluegrass to a no-mow, low-input turfgrass. You will gain insight on conversion methods and turfgrass species that best reduce broadleaf weed invasion during and after establishment, which best provides an aesthetically pleasing seedhead (a trait many no-mow areas are known for), which best resists falling over and becoming matted down and more. We will also discuss continued maintenance practices of no-mow, low-input areas that best maximizes long term appeal and value.
Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
January 09, 2013
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Thursday January 10, 2013
Many turfgrass managers have considered no-mow, low-input turfgrass areas or are having issues with their current areas. This seminar will take a look at how different conversion methods and different turfgrass species performed when transitioning from maintained Kentucky bluegrass to a no-mow, low-input turfgrass. You will gain insight on conversion methods and turfgrass species that best reduce broadleaf weed invasion during and after establishment, which best provides an aesthetically pleasing seedhead (a trait many no-mow areas are known for), which best resists falling over and becoming matted down and more. We will also discuss continued maintenance practices of no-mow, low-input areas that best maximizes long term appeal and value.
Speaker Information
Matt Cavanaugh   [ view bio ]
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Streaming
MNLA Member Price:$29.00
Non-Member Price:$29.00