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A resource on pesticide resistance

In a research article published by Elderfield et. al., a new clue to effective management of resista...

Low fungicide rates and resistance

In a publication by Amaradasa and Everhart (Effects of sublethal fungicides on mutation rates and ge...

Video: the Tour de Fungus

Every November, an "experience group" of greenkeepers go on the Tour de Fungus near Copenhagen, Denm...

Video: Microdochium patch (snow mold) diagnosis

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

The growth ratio and turfgrass performance

Jason Haines came up with what he called the "turfgrass speedo" a few years ago. He also calls this ...

GP and clipping volume in action

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

Video: aeration (avoiding the polka dot effect)

Watch the video, "Leach Before Aeration", here. Seeing spots? If you forgot to leach before aerific...

Quick access to frequently asked turf management questions

Quick — what's the best place to send a sample for a disease diagnosis? Where's guidan...

How to calculate leaching volumes for salinity management on greens

Turf is at the greatest risk from salinity damage during hot and dry periods when salts from irrigat...

Three frost resources

Bill Kreuser wrote an article on the Greenkeeper Blog titled Frustrating frost formation. This is a ...

Phosphites and microdochium patch

Phosphite-based fungicides and fertilizers are known to suppress microdochium patch in additon to ot...

Videos on dealing with grain

Cup changing methods and other factors can sometimes result in unexpected turf grain problems. These...

Turfgrass GP and overseed timing

Micah and Larry recorded an ATC Doublecut episode (watch or listen) to discuss the delta growth pote...

Do you have red leaf spot?

According to Dr. Richard Buckley the Director of the Plant Diagnostic Lab at New Jersey's Rutger...

Crazy patterns in bermuda, kikuyugrass, and zoysia

This interesting photo illustrates the deposition of frost on the foilage of zoysiagr...

Preventive practices for fall

As you plan management activities such as aeration, topdressing and leaching for this fall, keep in ...

More frost damage

There is no one-size-fits-all way to determine if your turf is going to suffer traffic damage when t...

You say phosphite, I say phosphate…does it matter?

Yes, it most certainly does matter. Products based on phosphite (also known as phosphonate or phosph...

Black layer prevention: an important fall management practice

In a GCSAA Webinar titled "Redox Potential and the Black Layer", Dr. Lee Berndt reviewed the cause o...

Five things to look for on a soil test chart

Here are five things that I like to see when I look at soil test results. This annotated chart in th...

Winter time brown patch threat

Winter hasn't arrived yet, but be prepared for diseases that are historically active at your sit...

Four ways to determine a sand topdressing requirement

Here are four ways to figure out approximately how much sand should be applied as topdressing to gol...

P fertilizer recommendations: there’s a big difference between methods

There are four steps to a soil test. First is sampling, then laboratory analysis, then interpretatio...

MLSN Newsletter

If you are now using the MLSN (Miminum Levels for Sustainable Nutrition) soil guidelines, plan on us...

Soil test conversions lb/acre to ppm

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

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