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Appendix 1: Seed mixtures used on The Niblick green (study 1), sown on August 12th 2010:

Pure red fescue (special mixture, Niblick)

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 1 % annual bluegrass (unspecified)  4.5 % colonnial bentgrass (‘Jorvik’)  4.5 % colonial bentgrass (‘Barking’) Amount of each mixture sown per m2 = 2.5 kg.

Appendix 2: Total input of N, P, K and micronutrients (kg/100 m2) to the Niblick green (study 1) in 2011 and 2012.

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Appendix 3: Total fertilizer inputs and amount of N, P and K given the red fescue green (study 2) at each application date during the experimental season March to October 2012.

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