Annual bluegrass (Poa annua L.) : description, adaptation, culture and control
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by J.B. Beard ... [et al.]
|East Lansing : Michigan State University, Agricultural Experiment Station|
|Research report / Agricultural Experiment Station (no. 352)|
|Trefwoorden (cab)||poa / vs / golfbanen / grassen / irrigatie / beregening / poa annua|
|Grassen / Sport|
|Toelichting (Engels)||Extensive investigations of annual bluegrass were conducted at Michigan State University by the four authors from 1965 into the early 1970's. A major portion of the investigations concerning the description, adaptation, and cultural practices affecting annual bluegrass growth and development were supported by a series of grants from the United States Golf Association Green Section Research and Education Fund, Inc. Much of the information derived from these studies served as the data from which this bulletin has been prepared. Annual bluegrass is a native of Europe and is believed to have originated from a cross between Poa infirma H. B. K., an annual species, and Poa supina Schrad., a creeping perennial|