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Student Name _____________________________________________ Turfgrass Culture, ORH3222C Section 7982 and Grad. – Res. And Develop. in Turfgrass Sci. HOS6523 Section 5819 University of Florida - Davie http://grove.ufl.edu/~turf/turfcult/ Philip Busey, [email protected] 954-579-3932 (cell) November 9, 2009 Hour Test 1- repeat- ANSWERS (Multiple choice - circle the right answers, 3 points each) 1. Grasses are: a) flowering plants <<<<<<<< b) nonflowering plants c) in the family Cyperaceae d) All of the above e) None of the above 2. Horizontal aboveground runners: a) culms b) inflorescences c) racemes d) rhizomes e) stolons <<<<<<<< 3. The scientific name for Kentucky bluegrass is:
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Turfgrass Culture / Science – Hour Test 1 (b) - Univ. Florida - Davie Page 2 4. According to Dr. Phil Busey, the main reason to water in the early morning is to: 5. The lawn mower was invented: 6. The common name of Paspalum notatum is: a) bahiagrass <<<<<<<< b) bentgrass c) bermudagrass d) blue grama e) buffalograss 7. The two types of water conducting elements in a turfgrass vascular system are: 8. The main advantage of using a sprig vs. a plug is that:
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Turfgrass Culture / Science – Hour Test 1 (b) - Univ. Florida - Davie Page 3 9. Which soil particle size component has the strongest overall effect on soil characteristics: 10. Turfgrass density refers to: a) grain b) growth habit c) leaf width d) shoot density <<<<<<<< e) uniformity
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