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Wisconsin snow mold research 2021-2022

Dr. Paul Koch (@uwpaul) published the 2021 - 2022 University of Wisconsin snow mold trials. Eac...

Tools for coping with warm weather

The stress index readings that appear on your PACE Turf Weather Alerts can you give you useful infor...

IPM Reference on soap flushes

The IPM Reference on soap flushes tells you how to implement this simple, but powerful, tool for det...

Nitrogen fertilizer rate and MLSN

The MLSN guidelines are a modern method of soil test interpretation for turfgrass. These guidelines ...

MLSN for micronutrients

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

Cultural control of summer patch

PACE Turf promotes the use of manganese for suppression of ectotrophic root infecting fungi suc...

Black turfgrass ataenius management

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

IPM Reference on soap flushes

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

Smith-Kerns dollar spot model in climate summary

The Smith-Kerns (SK) dollar spot model is a decision-support tool to help determine when to intensif...

Modified Smith-Kerns Dollar Spot Model

The Modified Smith-Kerns model listed in the SK% column on your Weather page and Email updates will&...

Annual bluegrass weevil

It's that time of year again. The forsythia has been seen blooming, poa seedheads are up in many...

Annual bluegrass weevil reminder

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

Easy tool for monitoring water use

As the drought persists, water restrictions are again on the horizon. In an affort to assist in ...

Spring anthracnose

So it begins. Poa greens, poor drainage, high soil salts (> 6 dS/m), battling rapid blight using ...

Threat temperature

The threat temperature is a simple model that can be used to help predict when pests might be active...

Video: Early spring anthracnose

It seems to happen every year - anthracnose shows up in the spring on poa before environmental condi...

Climate trends for Augusta Georgia

April is a pretty good month to host a major tournament in Augusta, Georgia. In 2022, Wednesday will...

University research location climate appraisals

We have updated the University weather summaries using the new PACE Turf climate and weather analysi...

Improved weather and planning reorts

We are always looking for ways to help support turfgrass managers in the difficult process of planni...

Climate appraisal 2020

The Climate Appraisal is the first in a series of new weather-related reports we are highlighting. T...

Leach before or after?

In a normal rainfall year, we would not post this notice to leach greens prior to aeration. However,...

Tissue testing discussion

Micah Woods and Doug Soldat talked about tissue testing in a recent episode of Micah's ATC Offic...

The role of nozzles in pest control success and failure

Several studies confirm the huge impact that nozzle type can have on results. This is particula...

Notes on spray volumes and nozzles

For foliar diseases such as dollar spot and anthracnose, the general consensus is that lower applica...

Spring is here

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

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