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Countdown: You did it! Fall has arrived!

Fall management guidance

This week, we are posting a single update. We want to encourage you to browse the PACE Turf website ...

Fall fertilization

Fall fertilization can be a controversial issue. Fortunately, recent research presented by Dr. Doug ...

Dealing with flooded turf

This month's devastating storms have wreaked terrible havoc in every aspect of life, and the sur...

Video: Fairy ring - again

Fairy ring causes significant turfgrass damage every summer. Once fairy ring symptoms are visible, i...

Interpreting fairy ring control data

How do humic acid-based products perform against fairy ring? We reviewed fairy ring control dat...

Fall prevention of spring dead spot

Spring dead spot is a difficult disease to manage. The reason is that the pathogen (Ophiosphaerella,...

Observer effect

The “observer effect”, a theory that suggests simply observing or measuring a phenomenon...

Labor Day Precaution

It's been a long, hot summer, you're tired and so is your staff. But summer isn't over y...

Pre-mix tank calculations

With the widespread adoption of spray application of fertilizers, pre-mix tanks have also grown in p...

Interpreting research trial results

University field days are wrapping up for 2018 and floods of data are being presented at meetings an...

Summer patch 2018

In a recent survey we conducted on Twitter, many superintendents indicated that summer patch was mor...

Effect of irrigation distribution on soil salinity

Poor water quality is a concern anywhere irrigation is main source of water. In a recent study by Ga...

Issues in Irrigation: The Uniformity Myth

Ideally, irrigation systems should apply just enough water to eliminate dry spots, without creating ...

Strange bermudagrass patterns

And yet another delightful consequence of the hot weather—strange growth patterns in bermudagr...

Late summer and early fall white grub problems

White grubs at this time of year usually spell trouble for turf that is already tired from the heat,...

Practical fertilizer question

A practical fertilizer question came up recently that might be useful for other PACE Turf members: ...

Video: Packing diagnostic samples

Getting a good disease diagnosis is sometimes all that stands between you and ruined turf. But somet...

MLSN for micronutrients

MLSN (Minimum Levels for Sustainable Nutrition) methods provide a revolutionary way to interpret soi...

Xenobiotic detoxification

Xenobiotic detoxification? Sometimes we need to get into the “weeds,” even when we are t...

Armyworms attack Southeastern US

Dr. Rick Brandenburg of North Carolina State University recently reported that fall army worms are o...

Video: Golfer education on heat and turf damage

This video was produced in order to educate golfers on the reasons why turf fails in the summer, how...

Getting unplugged (from bryozoans)

Bryozoans that cause problems with screen plugging are at it again. Check the bryozoan reference for...

Salt tolerance of common bermuda

In a recent study by Xiang et. al., bermudagrass varieties Princess 77 and Yukon were identified as ...

Bottom line: Gray leaf spot management

Gray leaf spot is one of the most devastating diseases on the golf course, taking out large swaths o...

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