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The MLSN guidelines, data, and reproducible research

High quality turfgrass is often produced in soils that don't have enough nutrients to produce high quality turfgrass.

That's the first sentence of our article about the development of the MLSN guidelines, published today as a preprint at PeerJ Preprints. You can read the article there and find out how (and why) we developed the guidelines.

We have also shared all the data used to develop the guidelines, and you can find the code used to calculate the guidelines in the 2016_mlsn_paper folder on GitHub.

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