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Spring is here

The Northern Hemisphere's Spring equinox falls on March 20, 2019, marking the first time this ye...

Diagnosing fairy ring

Are you uncertain whether dry spots are due to fairy ring or some other factor? One quick way to tel...

Video: Superficial fairy ring

This video will illustrate the characteristics of superficial fairy ring, sometimes called Type 2 fa...

Video: Microdochium patch (snow mold) diagnosis

Microdochium patch, caused by Microdochium nivale, is a common fall through spring disease in many a...

New website weather feature

We have added a PDF download link to the PACE Turf weather page. The benefit of the PDF download lin...

Video: Measuring and Adjusting Spray Tank pH

This video illustrates the use of pH paper and pH meters to measure and adjust spray tank pH. This s...

GIS 2019 kikuyugrass presentations

Wendy and Larry both participated in the Kikuyugrass A-Z session at the Golf Industry Show (GIS) thi...

Dry spot and droplet test

Localized dry spot is a common problem that can be caused by a variety of factors (see this PACE Ins...

Photo of the week: flea beetles

Those tiny jumping beetles look cute, but can cause significant damage to cool season turf. Though t...

Keep an eye out for brown patch in the fall and winter

In warmer climates, brown patch (caused by the fungus Rhizoctonia) can cause some serious damage dur...

Winter color variations

Poa greens may express patches of lighter color during high or cool temperature. These patches repre...

Kikuyugrass serendipity

Kikuyugrass was on my mind (not a great song title) last week as Wendy and I prepared for the 2...

Kikuyugrass at the 2019 GIS

Wendy and Larry participated in the kikuyugrass From A- Z session at the 2019 Go...

Billbugs and GIS

We decided to post a couple of billbug videos and references a little early this year. We will follo...

Video: Billbugs in sod, the "gift" that keeps giving

We are unfortunately seeing more instances of billbug–infested sod problems on warm–seas...

Video: Identifying billbug damage

In this video, we give you a quick guide on identifying billbugs, as well as the types of damage tha...

Leaf Doctor application

Leaf Doctor is a simple iOS application that aids in assessing turfgrass damage that is the result o...

Timing Proxy applications

Poa seedhead management with Proxy (ethephon) plus Primo (trinexepac-ethyl) combinations is well doc...

MLSN 2019

Minimum levels for sustainable nutrition (MLSN) continues to be a topic of interest for educational ...

White leaf

White leaf strikes in Southern California. The symptoms below were recently observed by Michael Wolp...

Bermudagrass mite

The bermudagrass mite, Aceria cynodoniensis, is so tiny (0.006 - 0.008 inches in length--barely larg...

2018 Year-end reviews

How did 2018 go for you? As you reflect back on the past year, you might enjoy the year-end perspect...

PACE Turf weather provider change

Please take a careful look at your PACE Turf weather data on the PACE Turf website and also in your ...

Starting the New Year with a good plan

We're just starting out on 2019, so what better time to take a fresh look not only at your perso...

Leach before or after?

Leaching greens before aeration is one of PACE Turf's most common recommendations in areas that ...

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