ASSESSING SPREADABILITY OF WARM SEASON SPECIESUSED FOR TURFGRASS ON THREE TYPES OF SUBSTRATE INTHE MEDITERRANEAN ENVIRONMENT

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Abstract

The aim of the study was to examine the performance of turfgrass warm season species, including 6 varieties of Cynodon dactylon in comparison with Zoysia japonica and Paspalum vaginatum in three substrates with different soil textures (sandy loam, sandy clay loam, clay), to find the one or the ones that adapt best in the Mediterranean environment. The results showed the best perfomances in sandy loam substrate and for C.dactylon cv. Transcontinental, Capriola and La Paloma. Z. japonica, Zenith, had lower values.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages0
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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