103 Turfgrass Ecology and Environment Graduate Student Competition

Oral Session
C05 Turfgrass Science graduate student competition on topics related to turfgrass, ecology and the environment
Monday, October 22, 2012: 1:00 PM-2:50 PM
Millennium Hotel, Grand Ballroom A, Second Floor

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Brian Horgan
Ryan Goss
1:05 PM
Turfgrass As a Catalyst for Social Sustainability in an Urban Setting.
Rachel Johansen, Michigan State University; Elise Benveniste, Michigan State University; Stephen Gasteyer, Michigan State University; Thomas Nikolai, Michigan State University
1:20 PM
Estimates of White Clover Nitrogen Fixation within Maintained Bermudagrass Turf.
James D. McCurdy, Auburn University; J. Scott McElroy, Auburn University; Charles W. Wood, Auburn University; Elizabeth A. Guertal, Auburn University
1:35 PM
Tolerance of Five Bermudagrass Cultivars to Simulated Wear.
Philipe Aldahir, Auburn University; J. Scott McElroy, Auburn University
1:50 PM
Nitrogen Fertilization Effects On Protein Content of Warm Season Grasses Under Saline Drip Irrigation.
Matteo Serena, New Mexico State University; Bernd Leinauer, New Mexico State University; Marco Schiavon, New Mexico State University
2:05 PM
The Effects of Wildflower Seeding Rates for Establishment in Ryegrass As A Cover Crop.
Raymondo Molina, Tarleton State University; Tanner Arwine, Tarleton State University; Hennen Cummings, Tarleton State University; Roger Wittie, Tarleton State University; John R. Bow, Texas Agrilife Research-Stephenville; John Muir, Texas Agrilife Research-Stephenville
2:35 PM
Trace Gas Fluxes From Colorado Golf Courses.
Katrina L. Gillette, Colorado State University; Yaling Qian, Colorado State University; Ronald Follett, USDA-ARS; Anthony Koski, Colorado State University; Stephen Del Grosso, Colorado State University
2:50 PM