Tag: Clark Throssell

Saying goodbye to Clark Throssell

February 7, 2020 By
With the February 2020 issue being Clark Throssell's last one as a contributor, Seth Jones reflects on the nearly 20 years he's worked with him. ...

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Thanks, and farewell

February 7, 2020 By
As he prepares to head into retirement, Clark Throssell, Ph.D., takes the opportunity to thank all who've made his career enjoyable. ...

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Managing organic matter in greens

December 23, 2019 By
Clark Throssell, Ph.D., and Roch Gaussoin, Ph.D., discuss how golf course superintendents can manage organic matter in greens. Gaussoin is a turfgrass scientist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He has conducted a wide range of research projects on organic matter ...

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Maxtima and Navicon Intrinsic: New fungicides to help superintendents

November 7, 2019 By
Clark Throssell interviews Renee Keese, Ph.D. Keese is a biology R&D project leader in turf and ornamentals for BASF. She leads numerous field trials every year on new and commercially available active ingredients for use in turf. You may reach ...

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Clark Talks Turf: Stop the swatting

June 6, 2018 By
Timothy Gibb, Ph.D., is an entomologist at Purdue University. He has worked on numerous insect problems throughout his career, including turfgrass pests and insects that affect human health. You may reach Tim at gibb@purdue.edu for more information. Q: What are ...

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Photos by: Mark newton (1,2), Syngenta (3), Bruce Martin, Ph.d. (4, 5), Derek Settle, Ph.D. (6)

Invisible intruders

March 26, 2018 By
In the summer of 2015, Mark Newton, CGCS at Canyon Farms Golf Club in Lenexa, Kan., was worried he might lose his job. He and his two assistant superintendents were spot-watering greens up to five times a day. His greens ...

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