Turfgrass, Landscape and Urban IPM Research Report 198827
The Urban IPM and Turfgrass Research Summary Report is one of several commodity-based agricultural research reports published by the University of Arizona.
This report was first published in 1988.
The purpose of the report is to provide an annual research update to turfgrass managers, landscape professionals and IPM practioners. The research is conducted by University of Arizona faculty and staff.
Both historical and current issues have been made available via the UA Campus Repository, as part of a collaboration between the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the University Libraries.
David Kopec and Paul Baker are current co-editors of the Urban IPM and Turfgrass Summary. If you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit the CALS Publications website for additional information.
- 1988 Tall Fescue Variety Trial
- Ryegrass Overseed Trials for 1986-1987
- Ryegrass Turf Trials for 1987-1988
- Variation in Flowering and Germination in Hilaria belangeri
- The Influence of Gypsum on the Physical and Chemical Properties of Turfgrass Soils
- Estimating Turfgrass Water Use with AZMET
- The Influence of Effluent Irrigation on Specific Soil Microbial Populations and Parameters
- Effect of Salinity Stress on Development of Pythium Blight of Agrostis palustris
- Chemical Growth Retardant Effects on Easter Lilies
- Chemical Height Control of Florists' Hydrangeas
- Effects of XE-1019 Spray Concentration of Chrysanthemums
- Spray Carrier Volume Effects on XE-1019 and Chrysanthemums
- Spray Carrier Volume and Irrigation Method Effects on XE-1019 Efficacy on Poinsettias
- Use of Growth Retardants for Floral Initiation of Hydrangeas
- Podranea Height Control with XE-1019
- Controlling Hybrid Lily Plant Height with Ancymicol and XE-1019
- Rooting of Stem Cuttings of Mortonia scabrella
- Seed Germination Response of Penstemon spp. To Gibberellic Acid
- Propogation of Baja Fairy Duster (Calliandra Californica) by Stem Tip Cuttings
- Propogation and Nursery Production Studies With New Arid Land Species
- Evaluation of Cold Storage for Unrooted Jojoba Cuttings
- Branch Induction with Cytokinin to Improve Appearance and Increase Cutting Production of Jojoba
- Identification of the Phloem Translocated Carbohydrate in Idria columnaris (Boojum tree)
- Localization of Reserve Remobilization During Scalet Formation on Lilium longiflorum Scales
- Determining Optimum Length of Bulb Cold Storage for Oriental Hybrid Lilies in Arizona
- Correcting Iron Chlorosis in Pyracantha
- Underutilized Native Woody Legumes for Landscape Use
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