Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Doak, Samuel O. URN etd-05182007-141203 Title Influence of nitrogen, reduced irradience and biostimulants on turfgrass growth, superoxide dismutase content and chlorphyll fluorescence Degree Master of Science Department Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Schmidt, Richard E. Committee Chair Barden, John A. Committee Member Chalmers, David R. Committee Member Keywords
- Kentucky bluegrass
Date of Defense 1996-12-01 Availability restricted AbstractBiostimulants (BIOS) are non-mineral substances that, when exogenously applied in very small quantities, stimulate the metabolic activity of plants.
Past research with biostimulants has not included differing levels of nitrogen fertility or shade as variables. The research presented was designed to explore some interactions between biostimulants and nitrogen fertility on turfgrass grown under several light conditions.
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