Transition of Density and Quality of Turfgrasses on Bermudagrass Fairway with Perennial Ryegrass, and Adjustment of Transition Period by Treatment of Trifloxysulfuron-sodium

버뮤다그래스 페어웨이에 퍼레니얼라이그래스 오버시딩에 따른 두 초종의 밀도 및 품질 변화와 Trifloxysulfuron-sodium 처리에 의한 전이시기 조정

  • Received : 2012.05.20
  • Accepted : 2012.06.15
  • Published : 2012.08.31

Abstract

When perennial ryegrass was overseeded in bermudagrass fairway, shoot density of perennial ryegrass was gradually increased to $88,000/m^2$ at the end of May, however dramatically decreased to 0 in September over the rainy season. On the other hand, that of bermudagrass increased from $2,000/m^2$ in March to $20,000/m^2$ in early June, and then decreased to $4,000/m^2$ at the end of July, after the rainy season, rapidly increased to $50,000/m^2$ in early September. Overseeding bermudagrass fairway with perennial ryegrass was maintained a good quality from mid-April to mid-June and decreased the quality over the rainy season from late June to July, and then turf quality was decrease to the worst level at the end of July. After the rainy season fairway quality was improved gradually and was the highest-level during September and early October. Trifloxysulfuron-sodium was treated to minimize the deterioration in turf quality due to early bermudgrass transition time in spring. Consequently, transition was started in mid-May and shoot density of bermudagrass treated by trifloxysulfuron-sodium was $70,000/m^2$ in mid-June. Even in the rainy season it was sustained as $30,000/m^2$, approximately three times higher than that of untreated overseeding fairway.

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