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- Schiavon, M.; Macolino, S.; Leinauer, B.; Ziliotto, U.
- Journal of agronomy and crop science 2016 v.202 no.2 pp. 151-160
- demonstration farms, etc ; Cynodon dactylon; carbohydrates; crude protein; cultivars; dormancy; regression analysis; rhizomes; seasonal variation; spring; stolons; turf grasses; warm season; warm season grasses; Italy; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... The widespread use of warm‐season turfgrasses in transition zones of Europe, such as northern Italy, has been hampered by the long dormancy periods. To encourage the conversion from cool‐ to warm‐season grasses, research is needed to identify cultivars that exhibit early spring green‐up. A 2‐year study was conducted at the agricultural experimental farm of Padova University from November 2006 to O ...
- Pornaro, C.; Macolino, S.; Leinauer, B.
- Acta horticulturae 2016 no.1122 pp. 27-34
- demonstration farms, etc ; Cynodon dactylon; Paspalum vaginatum; cultivars; digital images; field experimentation; germination; image analysis; lawns and turf; planting; salt tolerance; sowing date; spring; subtropics; turf grasses; warm season; winter; Italy; Mediterranean region; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Seashore paspalum (Paspalum vaginatum Swartz) is a warm-season, salt-tolerant grass species. It is considered suitable to subtropical climates and is being increasingly used for turf purposes in the Mediterranean countries of Europe. Several studies have reported on the performance of mature seashore paspalum stands under Mediterranean conditions; however, little information is available regarding ...