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Research

Here, researchers rate the plots for visible damage. (Photo: Doug Karcher, Ph.D.)

Putting green management impact on golf cleat damage

September 15, 2020 By and
Thom Nikolai, Ph.D., and Doug Karcher, Ph.D., take an in-depth look at putting green management impact on golf cleat damage. ...

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Experts’ Insights: Tamping down tropical signalgrass

September 3, 2020 By
Brian Unruh, Ph.D., and experts from Syngenta, FMC Professional Solutions and Siteone explain how to identify and control tropical signalgrass. ...

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Golf shoes (Photo: Cole Thompson, Ph.D.)

Effect of golf shoe designs on putting greens

September 3, 2020 By
Cole Thompson, Ph.D., director of USGA Green Section, takes a look at the impact of golf shoe design and foot traffic on putting greens. ...

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Researchers at Rutgers University have developed best management practices for anthracnose. In this photo, leaves have turned yellow to brown and are sprinkled with black spore-bearing structures. (Photo: James Hempfling)

BMPs for anthracnose on annual bluegrass putting greens

Turfgrass experts lay out a few best management practices for controlling anthracnose on annual bluegrass putting greens. ...

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USGA research grant reaches key milestone in protecting pollinators

August 3, 2020 By
The USGA’s multiyear collaboration with Audubon International has reached a key milestone by creating 1,000 acres of pollinator habitat on courses across America through the Monarchs in the Rough initiative. The association’s $100,000 grant, delivered through the USGA Turfgrass Environmental ...

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Snow mold strikes again

August 3, 2020 By
Paul Koch, Ph.D., describes snow mold control methods and look backs at the 2019-2020 winter to help prepare for 2020-2021. ...

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