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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...

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 ...

Winter turf management tips

December 21, 2018, was the first day of winter for the Northern Hemisphere, and of course, also...

STMA picks robot for Innovative Award

We've mentioned that autonomous mowers are gaining some traction within the commercial turfgrass...

New clipping volume reference

Dr. Micah Woods has again provided a valuable resource that compiles his observations, background re...

Winter solstice

The shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, the winter solstice, occurred this yea...

Soil test conversions lb/acre to ppm

We had a great question this week that is worth sharing. “MLSN guidelines are reported in ppm...

Snow mold programs video

Dr. Paul Koch (@UWpaul onTwitter), University of Wisconsin, recently presented a webinar entitled &#...

Clipping volume and GP at Sudbrook Moor Golf Club

Measuring clipping volume continues to be a hot topic on social media. A recent interesting post abo...

Robotic mowers

We don't usually venture into the turfgrass management equipment arena unless something interest...

Phosphorus and poa revisited

Over the years, there have been a number of studies on Poa annua  var. annua (poa) ph...

European Turfgrass Society 2018

Agronomy Journal has published the 6th European Turfgrass Society Research Conference reports w...

Humbug by Micah Woods

“Humbug” is a must-see video produced by Dr. Micah Woods (@asianturfgrass on Twitte...

GP and clipping volume in action

Growth potential (GP) and clipping yield are being used by more turfgrass managers around the world ...

Dollar spot management challenges

Researchers at the University of Massachusetts have been researching the mechanisms and genetics of ...

Watch growth potential

As temperatures drop moving toward winter, systemic fungicides and fertilizers are less likely to be...

Video: Fall fairy ring

In this video, we take a look at a fairy ring developing in a ryegrass overseeded bermudagrass field...

Hormetic effects and fungicide label rates

Research on dollar spot genetics and fungicide tolerance has picked up this past year. The latest ad...

Blends of sand sizes

While we are on the topic of greens firmness, we might as well take a short detour and look at bunke...

More on greens firmness

As noted in the PACE Insights “Getting a grip on greens firmness”, we have initiated a r...

The latest information on managing greens firmness

Research on measuring and managing greens frimness continues with a presentation abstract for t...

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