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'Tropic Lalo' Paspalum: Paspalum hieronymii Hack

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Title: 'Tropic Lalo' Paspalum: Paspalum hieronymii Hack
Authors: Joy, Robert J.
Rotar, Peter P.
Keywords: erosion control
Paspalum lividum
turf grasses
turf management
Issue Date: Jul 1984
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Joy RJ, Rotar PP. 1984. ‘Tropic Lalo’ paspalum: Paspalum hieronymii Hack. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 7 p. (Research Extension Series; RES-046).
Series/Report no.: Research Extension Series
Abstract: 'Tropic Lalo', originally from Brazil, was introduced to Hawaii in 1968. It is a low-growing, rapidly spreading, stoloniferous grass that usually grows to a height of about 12 inches. 'Tropic Lalo' is intended primarily as a ground cover for erosion control in orchards, waterways, roadsides, and other erosion-prone areas. This publication describes the establishment and management of this grass.
Pages/Duration: 7 pages
ISSN: 0271-9916
Appears in Collections:Research Extension Series, 1980 - 1997

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