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Visual and functional properties of bowling green turf

Over the next few articles we will look at some of the properties required of performance bowling greens and more importantly, how we can evaluate and influence these. In preparation it would be useful to review these earlier articles dealing with turfgrass physiology:

Introduction

Respiration

Osmosis and Diffusion

Until next time…

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