monostand

mon·o·stand

 (mŏn′ə-stănd′)
n.
1. A group of plants of the same species growing in a defined area exclusive of other species.
2. A group of plants, especially turf grasses, of the same cultivar, sown or planted with no admixture of other species or cultivars.
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Although turf managers may prefer the uniform appearance created by planting a single variety, a monostand has an increased risk potential.
It should perform well in regions where Kentucky bluegrass is adapted, as a monostand or in blends with other Kentucky bluegrass cultivars.
It is true that the greatest uniformity is achieved by using a single cultivar, but there are some serious drawbacks to a monostand. If the cultivar loses its resistance to a disease or is not adaptable to the growing conditions on the planting site, the entire stand of turf will be weakened and may die.
Citation Fore should perform well as a monostand, in blends with other turf-type perennial ryegrasses, or in mixtures with Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.) or fine-leaved rescues (Festuca L.
Monostand A turf area composed of only one cultivar.
Endure should perform well as a monostand, in blends with other turf-type tall fescues, or in mixtures with up to 5% Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.).
Showcase may be planted as a monostand, in blends with other turf-type Kentucky bluegrasses, or in mixtures with turf-type perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) or tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.).
In overseeding trials, Quick Trans has performed well as a monostand and in mixtures with 5 to 10% crested dogtail (Cynosurus cristatus L.).
Catalina may be planted as a monostand, in blends with other turf-type perennial ryegrasses, or in mixtures with Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.) or fine-leaved rescues (Festuca spp).
Manhattan 3 should perform well as a monostand, in blends with other turf-type perennial ryegrasses, or in mixtures with Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.) or fine-leaved fescues (Festuca spp.).
Brightstar II was developed for turf uses and is recommended for sports fields and lawns in temperate areas, where it may be used as a monostand, in blends with other turf-type perennial ryegrasses, or in mixtures with Kentucky bluegrass (Poe pratensis L.), tall rescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.), or fine-leaved rescues (Festuca spp.).
Citation III is also recommended for permanent turf use in temperate regions, where it may be planted as a monostand; in blends with other turf-type perennial ryegrasses; or in mixtures with Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.), fine-leaved fescues (Festuca spp.), or tall fescue (F.