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Quicksilver and Bensumec again

Application of Bensumec (bensulide) followed by QuickSilver (carfentrazone) has again...

Shade the silent killer

Jason Chanasyk, March Meadows Golf Club, posted a video on Twitter (@march_meadoews) that...

Winter turf management tips

December 21, 2017, is the first day of winter for the Northern Hemisphere, and of course,...

Nematode control

Finally! Bayer Crop Science's Indemnify has been registered in California. Indemnify is a...

Photo of the week: managing earthworm casts

Though the earthworms themselves are beneficial for soil health and aeration, the...

Video: Moss control

See the video, "Research on moss control" here. Controlling silvery thread moss,...

White leaf update

White leaf, a disease or condition where patches of turf foliage seems to suddenly turn...

Energy conservation practices

The recently published GCSAA report, "Energy Use and Environmental Practices on U.S. Golf...

10 years of monitoring recycled water: what we have learned

Adoption of recycled water is an important tool in water conservation, and there...

Fall prevention of crane flies

Turf damage caused by crane flies is all caused by the larval or immature stage, which...

Video: Rapid blight can look like Microdochium patch (pink snow mold)

With threat temperatures of greater than 45F (7C) and less than 62F (17C) respectively,...

Video: fall aeration triggers a disease outbreak

Fall aeration can be an essential tool to maintain healthy greens because it helps...

La Nina conditions forecast for winter of 2017–2018

The U.S. National Weather Service announced this week that weak La Nina conditions are...

Management options for billbugs: An update

Preventive control of billbugs is the most effective strategy, and there are several...

Energy use on U.S. golf courses

The recently published GCSAA report, Energy Use and Environmental Practices on U.S. Golf...

Mini ring on bermuda

Mini-ring, also known as Rhizoctonia leaf and sheath spot, can cause serious problems on...

Cover drains during application

Here is a great tip from Jason Honeyball, Superintendent at OslerBrook Golf and Country...

Mowing height after stress

As a follow-up to last weeks' "Every Little Bit Helps"' post, a Twitter survey that...

Crazy patterns in bermuda

Have you ever wondered why interesting patterns of green and dormant turf develop in...

Photo of the week: Weather and fall overseed success

A few years ago, we posted this photo illustrating the impact of fall weather conditions...

Asian Turfgrass Center newsletter archive

Dr. Micah Woods, Chief Scientist at the Asian Turfgrass Center has developed an archive...

BCSR and MLSN revisited

The turfgrass fertilizer management strategy known as Minimum Levels for Sustainable...

Every Little Bit Helps

Mowing height came up during a conversation with a superintendent who experienced some...

Video: Pythium blight on bermdua

Bermudagrass is a hardy turf that resists many of the diseases that plague cool–season...

Nitrogen in the driver’s seat

Dr. Wayne Kussow, University of Wisconson, passed away on October 7, 2017. Dr. Kussow is...

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