Increased use of water for irrigation has become a concern in the Twin Cities especially during seasonal drought when demand for fresh water is highest. Homeowners could improve water conservation by choosing the right type of turfgrass species to meet their expectations. The objectives of this study were to evaluate the drought tolerance characteristics of consumer-available turfgrass seed mixtures and blends and to examine the effect of mowing height on drought tolerance and recovery from drought.
Poster presented at the 2018 ASA and CSSA Annual Meeting, Nov. 4-7 in Baltimore, MD
Sessoms, Florence; Sandor, Dan; Horgan, Brian; Bauer, Sam.
Drought tolerance of consumer turfgrass seed mixtures and blends.
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