Difference between revisions of "Cool season zone"

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1. An area of North America, comprised of Canada and roughly the northern third of the continental United States, where climatic conditions support a specific group of turfgrass cultivars; cool season turfgrasses are adapted to maximum growth under temperatures of 60 to 75 degrees F during the growing season.<br>
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1. An area of North America, comprised of Canada and roughly the northern third of the continental United States, where climatic conditions support a specific group of [[turfgrass]] [[cultivar]]s; cool season turfgrasses are adapted to maximum growth under temperatures of 60 to 75&deg; F during the growing season.<br><br>
  
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http://hvp.osu.edu/albums/sk_notes/transition.jpg<br><br>
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The cool season zone is above the [[transition zone]] in this example.<br>
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Source: Ohio State University Turfgrass Program<br><br>

Latest revision as of 15:18, 17 July 2017


1. An area of North America, comprised of Canada and roughly the northern third of the continental United States, where climatic conditions support a specific group of turfgrass cultivars; cool season turfgrasses are adapted to maximum growth under temperatures of 60 to 75° F during the growing season.

transition.jpg

The cool season zone is above the transition zone in this example.
Source: Ohio State University Turfgrass Program