Research

With a more than 20-year history of industry-leading, innovative research into the benefits and maintenance requirements of seashore paspalum turfgrass, Team UGA® invites you to explore our research archive.

Broadband Spectral Reflectance Models of Turfgrass Species and Cultivars to Drought Stress

Yiwei Jiang & Robert N. Carrow

Can We Maintain Turf to Customers’ Satisfaction with Less Water?

Yiwei Jiang & Robert N. Carrow

Nutrient Uptake Responses and Inorganic Ion Contribution to Solute Potential Under Salinity Stress in Halophytic Seashore Paspalums

Geung-Joo Lee, Ronny R. Duncan & Robert N. Carrow

Impact of Japanese Beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) Feeding on Seashore Paspalum

S.K. Braman & Paul L. Raymer

Effect of Potassium Nitrate Priming on Seed Germination of Seashore Paspalum

Jun-Cheol Moon, Cheol Seong Jang, Paul L. Raymer, Wook Kim

Synthesis of Organic Osmolytes and Salt Tolerance Mechanisms in Paspalum vaginatum

Geungjoo Lee, Robert N. Carrowa, Ronny R. Duncan, Mark A. Eiteman & Mark W. Rieger

Identification of New Soluble Sugars Accumulated in a Halophytic Seashore Paspalum Ecotype under Salinity Stress

Geungjoo Lee, Robert N. Carrowa & Ronny R. Duncan

Seashore Paspalum: Breeding a Turfgrass for the Future

Paul L. Raymer, S.K. Braman, L.L. Burpee, Robert N. Carrow, Z. Chen & T.R. Murphy

Influence of Solar Radiation and Photoperiod on Flower Initiation of Seashore Paspalum

Na Wang, Hazel Y. Wetzstein, Brian M. Schwartz and Paul L. Raymer

Seashore Paspalum Breeding Update

Paul L. Raymer

Herbicide Resistant Systems for Turfgrasses

Paul L. Raymer & Douglas Heckart

Salt Tolerance in Seashore Paspalum

Paul L. Raymer

Considerations When Selecting a Turf Cultivar

Paul L. Raymer, Wayne Hanna and Brian Schwartz

Recent Advances in Disease Resistance of Seashore Paspalum

Paul L. Raymer