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Product efficacy web application

Researchers at University of Wiscconsin have developed a web application that is designed to work we...

Research on etiolation

Bacterial etiolation is a troublesome symptom on bentgrass greens and diagnosis of the cause can be ...

New excuse for not mowing

One of the best excuses for not mowing the lawn at home has been discovered! By not mowing, you will...

Poa seedhead control

Poa seedhead control is always a topic of interest for turfgrass managers who want to grow poa for a...

Black turfgrass ataenius management

Black turfgrass ataenius (Ataenius spretulus) grubs are difficult to control because of their multip...

Green spots

Mel Waldron III, CGCS at Horton Smith Golf Course (@3sticksCGCS on twitter) posted this photo in Apr...

Photo of the week: black cutworms

Warmer temperatures also trigger the appearance of black cutworms on golf course greens. Black cutwo...

Which end is up? Identifying crane fly larvae

Problems with crane flies -- or actually, with their larvae, known as leatherjackets -- are on the r...

IPM Reference on soap flushes

The IPM Reference on Soap Flushes tells you how to implement this simple, but powerful, tool fo...

New name for dollar spot pathogen

The identity of the fungus that causes dollar spot has been a controversial topic for decades. At la...

Annual bluegrass weevil reminder

A good article in Golf Course Management, "A survey of annual bluegrass weevil management", by Drs. ...

Measuring clipping volume

We discovered an error in the URL for the data collection form that was posted a few weeks ago. We a...

Spring anthracnose

Dr. John Kaminski (@itweetTurf on Twitter) reported the first disease sample of the year at his lab ...

Sustainability: document your progress

Earth Day was April 22, and once again we were all reminded of our responsibilities to help maintain...

Tough winter

The winter (and early spring!) of 2018 has been long and brutal for many areas of the US. If you are...

Improved spring transition on ultradwarf greens

Adoption of ultradwarf hybrid bermudagrass (Champion, FloraDwarf, MiniVerde, MS Supreme, TifEagle an...

Manganese and take-all patch again

PACE Turf has adjusted guidelines for manganese availabiliy to suppress take-all patch caused by Gae...

Augusta effect

The 2018 Masters is coming to a close, as I watch Jordan Spieth miss a potentially historic putt on ...

Slow green-up

The transition zone and northern regions of the country are experiencing extended cool or winter con...

Micah Woods on clipping volume

Measuring clipping volume is a new metric for turfgrass management that may be as important as measu...

Hybrid zoysia

Dr. Mike Richardson (@ArkansasTurf) posted a photo of an experimental hybrid zoysia variety out of T...

Save water through improved irrigation management

With all eyes on water conservation in many parts of the world, tuning up your irrigation system is ...

Photo of the week: spring dollar spot

Begin monitoring for dollar spot, and make early spring applications as needed. For more info on ide...

Video: Early spring anthracnose

Variable, warmer-than-average spring weather can sometimes lead to unusually early and unwelcome pes...

Improved nutrient ratios

The ratio of nitrogen to phosphate to potassium is a key factor in fertilizer formulation and turfgr...

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