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Transition Spring of Tifway (419) Bermudagrass as Influenced by Herbicide Treatments D.M. Kopec and J.J. Gilbert, University of Arizona Abstract The transition from perennial ryegrass back to bermudagrass is often problematic. Prolonged periods of ryegrass persistence and/or loss of complete turf is troublesome and not favorable to the reestablishment of the bermudagrass base. A group of select herbicides were...

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