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Turning Weather Alerts On (or Off)

PACE Turf Weather Alerts are one of the most frequently used member services, probably because they ...

Photo of the week: Pretty in purple?

It's a pretty sight under the microscope, but not so beautiful when seen at the field level. The...

Growing degree days for PGR applications

Growing degree days (GDD) have become widely used for timing plant growth regulator (PGR) applicatio...

Timing PGR applications

We wrote about a webinar and website developed by Dr. Bill Kreuser of the University of Nebraska tha...

Poa seedhead control

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

Notes on spray volumes and nozzles

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

The role of nozzles in pest control success and failure

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

La Nina 2020-2021

Sean Tully at the Meadow Club has updated his rainfall graph and the situation is difficult. The new...

Turfgrass nitrogen demand

Estimated nitrogen demand by turfgrasses in the US based upon Growth Potential (GP). To estimat...

Sustainability gets scrutinized

A number of years ago, Dr Micah Woods at the Asian Turfgrass Center and PACE Turf wrote "Docume...

Snow mold threat continues

Microdochium patch (also known as pink snow mold or Fusarium patch) and gray snow mold (Typhula bli...

Photo of the week: Spring!

The spring, also known as the vernal equinox begins this Sunday, March 20th. It is not only a welcom...

Time for fairy ring prevention

If you have had fairy ring problems in the past, you will probably have them again this year —...

Diagnosing fairy ring

Are you uncertain whether dry spots are due to fairy ring or some other factor? One quick way to tel...

Video: Spring dead spot

The video, "Spring Dead Spot" can be useful if you are coping with this disease, which is caused by ...

Nitrogen and spring dead spot management

Some welcome news from Dr. Lane Tredway of North Carolina State University, who has been studying th...

Spring dead spot symptoms, and what to do

After a long winter, spring will be welcome in most quarters. Except, that is, for courses where spr...

Springtime = fairy ring prevention time

Spring is just around the corner. If you have had fairy ring problems in the past, you will probably...

Fairy ring rating system

Evaluation of products that control fairy ring fungi have been plagued for years by an inadequate ra...

Bunker sand depth and VWC

I sat in on a webinar by Brian Whitlark, USGA agronomist, and appreciated his comment about san...

Mehlich-3 and calcareous soils

The Mehlich-3 (M3) extraction solution is known to be a fairly aggressive and it will &ldq...

Video: Tales from the field, phosphorus, take, all patch and MLSN

This unusual case of take–all patch was from a new bentgrass green in Northern Calif...

Phosphorus saturation index and P deficiency

Jason Haines (@pendersuper on Twitter and the author of the Turf Hacker blog) posted an interesting ...

MLSN and phosphorus saturation index

How much Mehlich 3 (M3) phosphorus (P) is required for healthy turfgrass growth on soils containing ...

Video: Wireworms

There has been some discussion of wireworms recently so here is a description of these interesting i...

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