Tag: turf

SOI 2017: Taking creative courses

December 5, 2017 By
Superintendents continue to look at practical places to lessen labor and inputs. Because Sarasota’s TPC Prestancia is located within a residential community, its course maintenance staff can’t reduce turf as much as it would prefer, as homeowners would rather have ...
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Solu-Cal USA: Peak Green Iron + Mag

May 19, 2015 By
Peak Green Iron + Mag (4-0-6  5% Iron plus 5% Mg), formulated with Wolf Trax Technology, delivers essential micro-nutrients for healthy turf. Peak Green Iron + Mag from Solu-Cal contains groundbreaking Wolf Trax DDP Iron and Calcium from Solu-Cal to ...
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Scientists at the University of Minnesota study the potential of prairie junegrass

August 13, 2014 By
Eric Watkins, Ph.D., turfgrass scientist at the University of Minnesota, shows a group of scientists his prairie junegrass evaluation plots on the campus at the University of Minnesota. Prairie junegrass is a perennial, cool-season grass native to much of the ...
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Pursuing Poa annua-free cool-season fairways

June 23, 2014 By
All golf courses, regardless of budget, struggle to minimize Poa annua in fairways. Thinning or complete death of Poa annua in summer or winter, plus additional damage to the desired species inevitably leads to reseeding the desired turf. However, Poa ...

Dow unveils new artificial turf backing technology at K 2013

November 13, 2013 By
The Dow Chemical Company’s Adhesives & Functional Materials business launched its new HYPOD 1000 and HYPOD 2000 Polyolefin Dispersions for artificial turf backing in October at the K 2013 fair in Düsseldorf, Germany. These new grades combine the performance of high-molecular-weight ...
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Color by numbers? Not in turf: Yellow turf result of many environmental variables

November 5, 2013 By
Summer’s closure always brings a time for agronomic reflection. Like past summers, predicting what the weather will do is difficult. Across the United States some areas were too hot, dry, or wet. Weather’s impact on turf is difficult to predict, ...

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