Turfgrass alternatives with low water needs
AuthorsVictor A. Gibeault
Jewell L. Meyer
Hilgardia 43(6):20-22. DOI:10.3733/ca.v043n06p20. November 1989.
Of 27 turfgrasses and other plants evaluated for ability to provide ground cover under low irrigation, bermudagrasses and seashore Paspalum performed the best. Two species of saltbush, buffalograss, and two varieties of Phalaris also gave comparatively good cover and quality.
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