Tag: Corteva

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Golfdom Gallery: March 2022, GCSAA Show Edition

March 24, 2022 By
Two Old Tom Morris Award winners: That moment when a second OTM award winner stops by your booth to say hello. Col. Mike Hurdzan, ASGCA, 2013 winner of the award (left), with Rees Jones, ASGCA, 2004 winner.   Ask Thad ...

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Mix and Match

September 24, 2021 By
Mixing different herbicide combinations together can provide superintendents superior weed control. They say two is better than one. So it’s no surprise that a combination of two different herbicides mixed together can provide golf course superintendents superior weed control in ...

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Eliminating Obstacles

May 1, 2021 By
Products that alleviate daily challenges help superintendents maximize their results. Golf course superintendents face a number of challenges when it comes to turf management. Factors like the weather, temperature and play schedules are common, everyday obstacles all superintendents have to ...

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Au Naturel

August 12, 2020 By
  A solid plan is key to maintaining native and naturalized areas, which are a growing trend on the golf course. Native and naturalized areas are a growing trend in the golf course industry, says Jared Hoyle, PhD, territory manager ...

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Jared Hoyle joins Corteva Agriscience

March 24, 2020 By
Jared Hoyle, associate professor, will join Corteva Agriscience on March 30 as a turf and ornamental territory manager serving Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas. Hoyle previously served as an associate professor at Kansas State University (KSU). ...

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Corteva Agriscience Field Day offers overview of new products, company plans

June 18, 2019 By
Seeing is believing, and that’s what attendees at Corteva Agriscience’s Future of Turf 2019 Field Day can attest to. The event, which took place June 11-12 in Columbus, Ohio, offered its attendees an overview of the newly-formed company, as well ...

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