Report / Article Reprints

  • Article 54 

    Evaluation of Wear Stress; Self-repairing Perennial Ryegrass Compared to Tetraploid and Diploid Cultivars (report)

  • Article 53 

    Shade and Traffic Tolerance of Bermudagrass and Zoysiagrass – Year 2 Results (report)

  • Article 52 

    Bermudagrasses Show Diverse Responses to Shade (report)

  • Article 51 

    Evaluation of Bermudagrass cultivars and experimental cultivars for shade tolerance for two different seasons, summer and winter, in Maricopa, AZ (report)

  • Article 50 

    Evaluation of Bermudagrass Cultivars for Salt Tolerance (report)


  • Article 49 

    Self-repairing “Technologies” in Cool Season Grasses. (report)

  • Article 48 

    Comparison of lawn overseeding products and establishment methods (report)

  • Article 47 

    Establishment of Two Seed Mulch and Two Seed Products with Reduced Irrigation (report)

  • Article 46 

    Evaluation of the EZ Seed Claim, ‘50% Thicker with Half the Water than recommended for Ordinary Seed’ (report)

  • Article 45 

    Comparison of Two Seed Mulch Products for Water Retention (report)

  • Article 44 

    Comparison of Smart Seed Complete to EZ Seed for Water Usage (report)

  • Article 43 

    Comparison of Three Turfgrass Seed Mulch Products and a Sandy Loam Soil with Controlled Water Usage (report)

  • Article 42 

    Comparison of Turf Builder® and Smart Seed™ Product lines in order to investigate the claim of Smart Seed™: “Grows a Denser, Deeper root System” (report)

  • Article 41 

    Evaluation of Coated Compared to uncoated Turfgrass Seed for Faster Germination (report)

  • Article 40 

    The Crowning Touch Series 1998 Vol 3 No 3 (newsletter)



  • Article 39 

    The Crowning Touch Series 1998 Vol 3 No 1 (newsletter)

  • Article 38 

    The Crowning Touch Series 1997 Vol 2 No 4 (newsletter)

  • Article 37 

    The Crowning Touch Series 1997 Vol 2 No 3 (newsletter)

  • Article 36 

    The Crowning Touch Series 1997 Vol 2 No 2 (newsletter)

  • Article 35 

    The Crowning Touch Series 1996 Vol 1 No 2 (newsletter)

  • Article 34 

    The Crowning Touch Series 1996 Vol 1 No 1 (newsletter)

  • Article 33 

    Drought Tolerance of Tall Fescue and Bluegrass Cultivars (publication)

  • Article 32 

    Transition Herbicide Effects on Overseeded Meadow Fescue and Tetraploid Perennial Ryegrass (publication)

  • Article 31 

    Cultural Practice Effects on the Transition of Overseeded Meadow Fescue and Tetraploid Ryegrass (publication)

  • Article 30 

    Impact of Common Annual Bluegrass Control Programs on Overseeded Meadow Fescue and Tetraploid Ryegrass (publication)



  • Article 29 

    Cultural Practices to Improve the Performance of Overseeded Meadow Fescue and Tetraploid Ryegrass (publication)

  • Article 28 

    Germination of Three Ryegrass Species and Meadow Fescue Under Saline Conditions (publication)

  • Article 27 

    Seeding Rate Effects on the quality and Traffic Tolerance of Overseeded Meadow Fescue and Tetraploid Perennial Ryegrass (publication)

  • Article 26 

    Seedling Emergence of Tall Fescue and Kentucky Bluegrass, as Affected by Two Seed Coating Techniques (publication)

  • Article 25 

    Seed Germination and Seedling Emergence of Tall Fescue and Kentucky Bluegrass, as Affected by Two Seed Coating Techniques (report)

  • Article 24 

    Selection for Deep Root Production and Increased Forage Yield in Annual Ryegrass

  • Article 23 

    Control of Pythium Blight on Perennial Ryegrass Using Penkoted® Smart Seed

  • Article 22 

    Drought Tolerant Turf Research: Developing new sustainable, water-efficient varieties

  • Article 21 

    Comparison of Two Manufactures Recommended Seeding Rates for Germination and Establishment

  • Article 20 

    When grasses get thirsty, some cultivars are camels



  • Article 19 

    Turfgrass Cultivars for Water-Limited Environments

  • Article 18 

    Establishment rate and lateral spread of tall fescue cultivars

  • Article 17 

    Drought Tolerance of Kentucky Bluegrass and Hybrid Bluegrass Cultivars

  • Article 16 

    Drought Tolerance and Rooting Capacity of Kentucky Bluegrass Cultivars

  • Article 15 

    Drought Tolerance of Tall Fescue Populations Selected for High Root/Shoot Ratios and Summer Survival

  • Article 14 

    New species for overseeding dormant bermudagrass

  • Article 13 

    Meadow Fescue and Tetraploid Perennial Ryegrass – Two New Species for Overseeding Dormant Bermudagrass Turf

  • Article 12 

    Drought Tolerance of Tall Fescue and Bluegrass Cultivars

  • Article 11 

    The Effect of Selection on Gray Leaf Spot Resistance in Perennial Ryegrass

  • Article 10 

    Selection for Deep Root Production in Tall Fescue and Perennial Ryegrass



  • Article 9 

    Persistent, drought-resistant tall fescues for golf courses

  • Article 8 

    Grass Species and Endophyte Effects on Survival and Development of Fall Armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)

  • Article 7 

    Quantifying Turfgrass Cover Using Digital Image Analysis

  • Article 6 

    Hybrid fungal endophytes symbiotic with the grass Lolium pratense

  • Article 5 

    A Clearing Technique for Detecting the Fungal Endophyte Acremonium sp. in Grasses

  • Article 4 

    Hybridization (N+N and 2N+N) of Facultative Apomictic Species in the Pennisetum Agamic Complex

  • Article 3 

    Control of Ergot in Buffelgrass with Triadimefon

  • Article 2 

    Cytological and Morphological Diversity of Native Apomictic Buffelgrass, Pennisetum Ciliare (L.) Link

  • Article 1 

    Gene Transfer in Apomictic Buffelgrass through Fertilization of an Unreduced Egg