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Volume 145, 20202019 International Academic Exchange Conference on Science and Technology Innovation (IAECST 2019)
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|International Conference on New Energy Science and Environmental Engineering
|06 February 2020
Effect of Winter Temperature Increase on Prolonging Green Period of Lawn
China Railway Fifth Survey And Design Institute Group co.,LTD, Beijing, Beijing 102600, China
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Taking mixed lawn of Festuca elata Keng ex E. Alexeev and Poa pratensis L. as the research object, through the comparison of the electric heating, covering by non-woven fabric or electric heating and non-woven fabric treatment group with the control group, exploring the effects of winter temperature increase on prolonging the green period of lawn. The results show that: compared with the control group, different temperature increasing measures have different effects on prolonging the green period of the lawn. The test group using only electric heating or only covering the non-woven fabric was completely yellow in mid-January, which was about 10 days longer than the green period of the control group. The effect of using electric heating and non-woven fabric was the best. During the research period, the lawn of this group did not appear completely yellow. Compared with the control group, the green period was prolonged by about 53 days.
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