340 Turfgrass Cultural Practices, Ecology and Environment

Oral Session
C05 Turfgrass Science
Contributed papers in the broad topic areas of turfgrass cultural practices, ecology and environment.

C05 Turfgrass Science

Wednesday, November 18, 2015: 7:55 AM-9:35 AM
Minneapolis Convention Center, 101 DE

Kelly L. Kopp
Russell W. Jessup
7:55 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:00 AM
Effectively Maintaining Turfgrass on a Water Allocation in a Mediterranean-Type Climate.
Louise Barton, University of Western Australia; Sam Flottmann, The University of Western Australia; Tim Colmer, The University of Western Australia
8:15 AM
Nitrogen Rate Required for Acceptable St. Augustinegrass and Associated Nitrate Leaching.
Travis W. Shaddox, University of Florida; J. Bryan Unruh, West Florida Research and Education Center, University of Florida; Laurie E. Trenholm, University of Florida; Pauric McGroary, University of Florida; John L. Cisar, University of Florida
8:30 AM
Leaf Trimming to Simulate Mowing Differentially Regulates Phytohormones and Polyamines in Creeping Bentgrass Leaves.
Sanalkumar Krishnan, Michigan State University; Emily B Merewitz, Michigan State University
8:45 AM
Metagenomic Insights into Rhizosphere Microbial Communities in Annual Bluegrass Putting Green Turf.
Lisa A. Beirn, Rutgers University; James W. Hempfling, Rutgers University; Charles J. Schmid, Rutgers University; James A. Murphy, Rutgers University; Bruce B. Clarke, Rutgers University; Jo Anne Crouch, USDA-ARS
9:00 AM
An Examination of Biostimulant Properties of Commonly Available Soil Amendments on Fresh and Sterile Soil.
Alexander Duffy, Aquatrols Corporation of America; John Dighton, Rutgers University Pinelands Field Station; Jutta Pils, Aquatrols Corporation of America
9:15 AM
Influence of Formulation and Irrigation Incorporation on Offsite Movement of Atrazine from Centipedegrass.
Jeffrey Beasley, Louisiana State University; Kimberly Pope, LSU Agricultural Center
9:30 AM
Concluding Remarks
9:35 AM