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by Richard T. Luff,Paul D. Sachs

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ISBN:
1575041545
Author:
Richard T. Luff,Paul D. Sachs
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
Wiley; 1 edition (March 15, 2002)
Pages:
197 pages
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1380 kb
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Ecological Golf Course Management focuses on managing the health and welfare of all soil organisms from a single-celled bacterium to fully developed turf plants and connects the reader to the important and relevant interactions between them.

Ecological Golf Course Management focuses on managing the health and welfare of all soil organisms from a single-celled bacterium to fully developed turf plants and connects the reader to the important and relevant interactions between them. It points out ways to exploit natural plant defense systems that have been largely ignored and to engage many of the powerful allies that live above and below ground. Ecological Golf Course Management explores in detail the many aspects of: Biological and botanical pest control. Plant stress management.

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