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Tag: Karl Danneberger Ph.D.

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Golfdom Zoom Views Episode 3: Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., on surviving COVID-19

April 22, 2020 By
Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., longtime professor in the department of horticulture and crop science at The Ohio State University, went to the emergency room on March 16. Two weeks later he woke up in a hospital bed and was asked if ...

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Experts’ Insights: Winter Injury

February 6, 2020 By and
Winter injury in turfgrass actually is a catchall term for several different causes, according to Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., professor of turfgrass at The Ohio State University. These causes can include freeze injury, winter desiccation, winter diseases and low-temperature kill. It’s ...

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King of spring

May 15, 2018 By
For me, spring break is a time for personal rejuvenation after a long winter. I’ve been kidded that I may be close to holding the record for going on the most spring breaks. Starting in college and continuing to this ...

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Grow light use is, well, growing

April 12, 2018 By
Sunlight is one of the holy grails of turf, one that golf course superintendents recognize as an essential element for overall turf health. Trees are the most common culprits in causing low-light conditions. There are numerous reasons why trees appeared ...

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The Golfdom Files: Converting to the metric system

May 16, 2016 By
In the June 2015 Golfdom, Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., highlighted a trip he took to Egypt and described golf course maintenance in that country. While there, he noted that some local superintendents use the English metric system, learned from U.S. superintendents ...

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Making a cultivar

May 16, 2016 By
For northerners, one of the best times to watch golf on TV is during winter and spring months, culminating with the Masters Tournament. Watching golf on high-definition television while the snow is flying relieves stress. The locations are warm and ...

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