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Author(s):Paumen, W. Gary; Elyea, Richard H.; Meier, Virgil; Mosdell, Dean; Faulks, Christine
Author Affiliation:Paumen: Construction superintendent, estimator, and marketer, Crown Golf Properties, Northbrook, Illinois; Elyea: turfgrss consultant, Tee 2 Green; Meier: scientist, Scotts; Mosdell: director of New Product Development for Fertilizers and Organics, Scotts; and Faulks: president, Greensmix International Soil Blenders
Title:Construction methods, equipment, and commodities: The constructor's viewpoint
Section:Construction and grow-in 
Item is a:*Chapter
Volume Editors:Graves, Robert Muir and Cornish, Geoffrey S.
Monographic Source:Golf Course Design, 1998, p. 297-310.
# of Pages:14
Publishing Information:New York: John Wiley & Sons
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Golf course construction; Equipment; Techniques; Erosion control; Sediment control; Clearing; Landscape design; Irrigation systems; Seedbed preparation; USGA recommendations; Paths; Soil testing; Water testing; Fertilizers; Soil amendments; Seed quality; Purchasing; Root zone mixture
Abstract:Discusses the construction methods, equipment and commodities used in golf course development. Topics discussed include: erosion and sediment control, clearing and grubbing, earth moving, shaping, irrigation equipment, seedbed preparation according to the USGA method, cart paths and crossings, soil and water sampling and testing, fertilizer and seed selection, and the root zone mix.
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Golf Course Design, by Geoffrey S. Cornish and Michael J. Hurdzan:
"A chapter (Chapter 14) on course construction by contractor Paumen includes sections by seedsman Richard Elyea. Virgil Meir and Dean Mosdell describe purchase of seed and fertilizer while Christine Faulks, whose firm specializes in mixing soils, describes root zone mixes." p. 122
Cornish & Hurdzan Ratings:C3; H2
 ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Paumen, W. G., R. H. Elyea, V. Meier, D. Mosdell, and C. Faulks. 1998. Construction methods, equipment, and commodities: The constructor's viewpoint. In Graves, Robert Muir and Cornish, Geoffrey S. (eds.) Golf Course Design. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
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