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LebanonTurf names 2020 Emerald Isle Solutions Campaign winner

By   |  December 4, 2020

LebanonTurf named Justin Wheeler, an Air Force agronomist from Texas, as its 2020 Emerald Isle Solutions campaign grand prize winner. Wheeler will be donating the $5,000 prize to his Central Texas Chapter of the Golf ...

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Entries were established in 100-square-foot plots, replicated three times where fairway traffic is evident and outside of landing zones. (Photo: David Gardener, Ph.D.)

Super Science: On-site testing for overseeded bermudagrass fairways

By and   |  November 17, 2020
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Charles V. Piper, Ph.D., and Russell A. Oakley, Ph.D. (Photo courtesy of USGA Green Section)

USGA Green Section 100th anniversary

By   |  November 12, 2020
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Color-marked annual bluegrass weevil aduts (Photo: Albrecht Koppenhofer)

Annual bluegrass weevil sampling methods

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Experts’ Insights: (Turf) cover talk

By   |  October 28, 2020
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Annual bluegrass weevil damage (Photo: Ben McGraw)

Experts’ Insights: Annual bluegrass weevil

By   |  October 27, 2020
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Kafka Granite: Wax Polymer Pathway Mix

By   |  November 30, 2020

Kafka’s patented Wax Polymer Pathway Mix is the ideal solution for a natural yet non-erosive surface on even the steepest of slopes. Kafka Granite’s proprietary formula of decomposed granite or crushed stone with an engineered polymeric wax creates an aesthetically pleasing, durable, and dustless ...

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  • A most unusual Green Start Academy

    By   |  October 27, 2020

    I love traveling for work. Years before I became an editor in the golf industry, depending on the month, I spent 50 to 75 percent of my time crisscrossing the country as a hospitality consultant. These days, I’ve traded reporting on service at a hotel ...

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  • The bunker rake debate

    By   |  August 11, 2020

    Many things have changed in the game of golf since the world was ensnared in the COVID-19 pandemic. Common touch points such as ball washers and water coolers quickly were removed from courses around the U.S. On the maintenance side, golf crews have had to ...

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