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Feed carefully. Experts say superintendents should avoid applying fertilizer on turf near ponds and lakes to avoid algae buildup. (Photo: Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply)

Industry experts share the inside scoop on water feature maintenance

May 26, 2023 By
For water feature maintenance, experts say superintendents should follow up their algaecide treatment with a phosphorus-binding agent. ...

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How a modified TDR affects surface moisture estimation on putting greens

Researchers from the University of Arkansas and the Ohio State University discuss recent research regarding time domain reflectometry (TDR) technology. ...

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Turf Tweet of the Month: Spring is here! Or… not?

May 24, 2023 By
For this month's Turf Tweet, Brian Bonlender, superintendent at West Bend (Wis.) CC, shared a tweet of what his course looked like on May 1st. ...

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The USGA Green Section’s Matteo Serena, Ph.D., (left) and Brian Whitlark (right) survey a tee with subsurface irrigation on The Club at Las Campanas, Santa Fe, N.M. (Photo: Mike Kenna)

Inside the USGA’s playbook on golf’s water usage

May 22, 2023 By
Mike Kenna, Ph.D., examines the USGA's new approach to limiting water usage in golf, and how they're selling golfers on the change. ...

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When spotted lanternflies first infest a new area, adults will swarm properties. (Photo: Brian Walsh)

Turf Pest of the Month: Debunking common myths about spotted lanternfly

May 19, 2023 By
Brian Walsh, a Penn State Extension horticulture educator for Berks County, shares some good news, and some bad news about spotted lanternfly. ...

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Turf MD: A lesson on frost heave from Iceland’s best

May 18, 2023 By
Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., shares how seemingly minor agronomic issues in one location wreaks havoc for superintendents in another area. ...

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