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The best way to stop the spotted lanternfly’s spread is to scout for egg masses, which resemble mud splatters (right). Females can lay eggs on almost any surface (center). Expect higher populations around tree of heaven (left). (photos by: Emelie Swackhamer, Penn State Extension)

Experts’ Insights: Why spotted lanternfly is a golf course hazard

October 26, 2021 By
Spotted lanterfly are a threat to golf courses even if they're not turf pests. Tips on handling the insects as they migrate through the country. ...

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Milkweed plants provide an essential habitat for monarch butterflies in out-of-play areas on golf courses. (Photo: Dan Potter, Ph.D.)

Why golf courses should go back to nature

October 19, 2021 By
Mike Kenna shares ways golf courses can keep and maintain out-of-play areas thanks to the results of several environmental studies. ...

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Drone footage shows turf research at the University of Georgia Tifton (Source: University of Georgia)

Researchers studying water conservation using artificial intelligence

October 14, 2021 By
University of Georgia researchers are studying how to use artificial intelligence to better manager turfgrass irrigation. ...

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Chart: Florence Breuillin-Sessoms

How fine fescues aid in crabgrass weed suppression

Experts take a look at how different fine fescue cultivars fare against suppressing crabgrass pressure on golf courses in Minnesota. ...

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What a difference a year makes in Wausau, Wis. Nearly 100 percent disease on the nontreated control in 2020 (left) and nothing in 2021 (right). (Photo courtesy of Paul Koch, Ph.D.)

Super Science: The bizarro snow mold year

September 30, 2021 By
Paul Koch, Ph.D., looks at two case studies that searched for a reason as to why snow mold barely affected northern areas while hammering southern areas. ...

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Vaaler Creek Golf Club has lost a lot of turf due to fall armyworm infestations. (Photo: Vaaler Creek GC)

Turf Pest: Fighting grubs, fall armyworms in the Texas Hill Country

September 23, 2021 By
Vaaler Creek Golf Club faces constant fall armyworm pressure because of the course’s location. Here's how the course has contended with the issue. ...

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