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Scenes from the virtual Golf Industry Show: (clockwise from top left) GCSAA CEO Rhett Evans hosting a panel with some of golf’s most influential people; GCSAA President John Fulling, CGCS, presenting Jim Nantz with the Old Tom Morris Award; and Golf Channel’s Lauren Thompson addressing the “live” audience. (Photos: Golfdom Staff)

A review of the 2021 Virtual GIS

March 8, 2021 By
Seth Jones reviewed the first (and hopefully last) Virtual GIS, which had it highs and lows but reinforced that it’s better when the industry is together. ...

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Thad Thompson

Ask Thad: An introduction

March 8, 2021 By
An introduction to Thad Thompson, superintendent at Terry Hills GC in Batavia, N.Y., who will be providing his insights on all things golf related. ...

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While spring dead spot symptoms show up after green-up, key control happens in the fall. (Photo: Nathan Walker)

Experts’ Insights: Start off spring on track

March 4, 2021 By
Experts share how you can help give your turf a leg up during green-up when it comes to spring dead spot on bermudagrass. ...

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The fate of fungicide

March 2, 2021 By and
Researchers assessed the fate of pyraclostrobin, triadimefon and penthiopyrad following various post-application irrigation and mowing treatments. ...

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Left: Chinch bug damage on a south-facing slope at a Pittsburgh-area golf course. Right: A closer look at the Blissus insularis, the southern chinch bug. (Photos by: Mike Agnew, PH.D., Syngenta (left); Lyle Buss (right))

Turf Pest of the Month: (Chinch) bugging out

March 1, 2021 By
In this installment of Turf Pest of the Month, researchers and superintendents lay out the best way to keep chinch bugs at bay. ...

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Annual bluegrass weevil adult (Photo: Ben McGraw)

The Turf Doc: Spring will come as if shot out of a cannon

February 25, 2021 By
Columnist Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., describes what challenges superintendents will face when spring inevitably comes as if shot from a cannon. ...

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