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Sampling compacted soils

Fairway and rough soils are frequently compacted and difficult or impossible to sample using a stand...

Beautiful Pythium root rot video on You Tube

Want to see something really slick? Take a look at this You Tube video on Pythium root rot. Produced...

Countdown:  Week 4

Heat Kills: Summertime and Turf Stress Club House Edition

Once air temperatures hit the 90s, turfgrasses begin their yearly struggle with the ravages of heat:...

Sod webworms

Controlling sod webworms is the (relatively) easy part. It's knowing that you have them that can...

Monitoring soil moisture: it’s time to start

As the weather warms, many suspected pest problems turn out to be drought problems instead. This is ...

Black widows vs. brown recluse

It's that time of year when spiders are hatching like crazy. As a public service, The University...

Preventing algae and moss

    Moss and algae (cyanobacteria) are universal problems on greens, and ...

Water and heat management

A video by Dr. Kreuser, University of Nebraska provides valuable tips on how to avoid mistakes manag...

White grub threat temperatures in moderate climates

Our recent post on timing preventive applications for white grubs needs an important addition, for t...

Bottom line: Gray leaf spot management

Gray leaf spot is one of the most devastating diseases on the golf course, taking out large swaths o...

Red thread and dollar spot

There have been several incidences of red thread and dollar spot being reported recently. Both ...

Alien invaders on golf course greens

There has been some recent interest on Twitter about a strange insect phenomenon -- thousands of mag...

Predicting nitrogen demand

To help you to avoid turf damage due to either excessively high or excessively low nitrogen levels, ...

Summer is here. And the countdown to fall begins…

Summer officially begins this week in the Northern Hemisphere on June 21st. As is our tradition, we ...

New potassium thesis

Benjamin Brace recently wrapped up his Master of Science in Agronomy at Penn State publishing his th...

Weather data error

Our weather provider, The Weather Company, has recently had a problem delivering historical relative...

Transition assessment

Monitoring spring transition from Poa trivialis overseeded bermuda to pure stands of bermuda visuall...

White grub prevention reminder

For all but the coldest regions, golf courses who have a history of white grub problems should be sc...

Preventive strategies for summer diseases

Yes, it seems as though spring just got here. But that doesn't mean that the planning for summer...

Iron and take-all patch

We recently highlighted research by Dr. Paul Koch describing management of dollar spot using routine...

Manganese and take-all patch again

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

MLSN for micronutrients

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

Memorial Day Remembrance

In honor of our military service people. We owe them so very much. Video: Memorial Day Remembrance...

Brown patch spreading

Mild weather and heavy rainfall combine to make perfect conditions for development of large pat...

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