turfgrass, golf cart traffic, nitrogen, buffalograss, Buchloe dactyloides (Nutt.) Engelm, fertilizer, fertility management
Application of 2 and 3 lb N/1,000 ft2 resulted in acceptable buffalograss quality when subjected to simulated golf cart traffic. Across all fertilizer treatments, traffic rates of 8 and 16 passes per week resulted in unacceptable quality ratings for the study duration.
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Alderman, E.; Hoyle, J.; Fry, J.; and Keeley, S.
"Influence of Simulated Golf Cart Traffic and Nitrogen Rate on Buffalograss Quality,"
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