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RightLine hires Brian McCloud as regional sales manager

By   |  January 25, 2021

RightLine added Brian McCloud as regional sales manager. McCloud comes to RightLine with more than 20 years of experience in the T+O markets. ...

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Winterkill of ultradwarf bermudagrass (Photo: Mike Richardson, Ph.D.)

Covers to increase winter soil temperatures on ultradwarf bermudagrass putting greens

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Turfgrass researchers at the Norwegian Institute for Bioeconomy Research evaluate the impact of ice encasement and two protective covers on the winter survival of six cool-season turfgrasses used on golf greens. (Photo: Wendy M. Waalen, Ph.D.)

Winter survival of 6 turfgrass species on putting greens

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Solar pond aeration (Photo courtesy of Sandra Burton)

Experts’ Insights: Water feature woes

By   |  January 7, 2021
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Pythium blight (John Kaminski, Ph.D.)

Experts’ Insights: Pythium blight

By   |  December 17, 2020
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LINNE Industries: PondHawk

By   |  January 25, 2021

PondHawk from LINNE Industries is a solar-powered subsurface aeration system that delivers low-maintenance pond maintenance. Using the power of the sun (even on cloudy days), PondHawk needs no electricity—so its operating costs are minimal. PondHawk is quiet, tamper-resistant, and environmentally friendly. By using subsurface ...

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  • Anuvia Legend Spotlight: Shawn Emerson

    By   |  January 19, 2021

    Started by Anuvia, the Legends initiative celebrates superintendents who have gone above and beyond in their careers — not just in maintaining tremendous golf courses, but also in their contributions to the industry, creative problem-solving and mentorship. Golfdom sat down with Anuvia Legend Shawn Emerson ...

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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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