Student presents research on water use of bluegrass varieties on Capitol Hill

    Student presents research on water use of bluegrass varieties on Capitol Hill

     Shawn Foster presents research on turfgrass varieties for water efficiency

    USU student Shawn Foster presents research on Utah's Capitol Hill in January 2016.  His poster, titled 'Water Use of Kentucky Bluegrass Varieties', evaluates water-efficient varieties that may result in less irrigation, yet maintain quality and function of the turf. 

    Shawn Foster is an undergraduate plant science major with the Department of Plant Soils and Climate at Utah State University.  He worked with Dr. Paul Johnson and graduate student Paul Harris. For more information about the Center for Water Efficient Landscaping turfgrass research, please visit: cwel.usu.edu/turf.

     

    Published on: Feb 10, 2016

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