Loch, D.S. and Roche, M.B. (2003) Zoysia japonica, Zoysia Grass 'Palisades'. Plant Varieties Journal, 16 (4). pp. 395-397.
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Open-pollination: originated as a chance seedling from Z44 (maternal clonal parent), obtained from Beltsville MD in 1981, with an unknown pollen source from a zoysia grass germplasm field nursery at the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station in Dallas. ‘Palisades’ was selected over the parent Z44 on the basis of its lower tendency to produce thatch, its excellent lateral growth habit and its superior mowing qualities. ‘Palisades’ has been vegetatively propagated, and is uniform in growth expression. No seedling establishment from ‘Palisades’ has been noticed in either greenhouse or field studies. Selection criteria: rapid regrowth and spread by, and/or from, stolons and rhizomes; turf colour and density; tolerance to low mowing; winter hardiness; shade tolerance; low water use requirements. Propagation: vegetative. Breeder: Milton C. Engelke, Dallas, USA. PBR Certificate Number 2594, Application Number 2001/199, granted 26 October 2004.
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|Keywords:||Zoysia japonica; zoysia grass; Palisades; PBR; Plant Breeders Rights, Japanese lawn grass; turfgrass.|
|Subjects:||Plant culture > Lawns and turfgrasses > Varieties|
|Deposited On:||07 Dec 2010 03:50|
|Last Modified:||08 Aug 2011 04:50|
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