In order to face new challenges and unique situations in turfgrass management, students need to understand why specific management practices work and how to adjust them based on plants' requirements. Explaining the physiological needs of turfgrass plants, this advanced textbook outlines the management techniques that help supply those needs. Chapters discuss a range of practices and methods to cope with stress under both normal and less than optimum conditions, providing the decision making tools for improvement based on changing environmental conditions. This book presents a unique perspective of both science and practical management principles that will be applicable to all turfgrass sectors.Puhalla, J., Krans, J. and Goatley, M. (1999) Sports Fields: A Manual for Design, Construction and Maintenance. Ann Arbor ... Toro (2009) Mowers, irrigation and most other turf management equipment (includes video instruction). Available at: anbsp;...
|Title||:||Turfgrass Physiology and Ecology|
|Author||:||Gregory E. Bell|
|Publisher||:||CABI - 2011-01-01|