Glyphosate doesn't harm tall fescue
A. James Downer
David W. Cudney, University of California
California Agriculture 43(1):13-14. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v043n01p13.
Hydroseeding, not glyphosate residues, was apparently to blame for poor germination and performance in winter.
A. James Downer is Farm Advisor, Ventura County Cooperative Extension; David W. Cudney is Extension Weed Scientist, University of California, Riverside.
The authors wish to acknowledge Ventura Community College for providing the trial location, manure topdressings, and routine maintenance; Steve Griffin and Bob Reeves for assistance in the field work; Lori Yates for statistical analysis and reading the manuscript; and Vic Gibeault for reading the manuscript. The authors also acknowledge Cal Turf Inc. for providing hydroseeding services and tall fescue seed.