Tag: Penn State

Penn State develops bluestem ecotype

March 16, 2017 By
Every superintendent has roughs and far roughs where maintenance is an expense yet aesthetics need to be acceptable. Penn State demonstrated its latest bluestem line this past summer. Given that bluestem is a native grass with proven ability to persist, ...

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PBI-Gordon adds one to research team

February 21, 2017 By
Brian Aynardi has joined PBI-Gordon as manager of university and contract research for the northeastern U.S. Based near State College, Pa., Aynardi will be responsible for coordinating all research protocols, technical assistance to cooperators, and product support for end-users in ...

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Macro-Sorb unveils research of products’ control on turf diseases

February 4, 2016 By
Recent academic and independent research shows that various products from Macro-Sorb Technologies help control, reduce and suppress certain turf diseases, Macro-Sorb announced in a news release. SMS 700 and dry spot Xi Xiong, Ph.D., associate professor of turfgrass science at ...

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Photos: Golfdom Staff

My Opening Closing Celebration

March 10, 2015 By
After two days at the Golf Industry Show, meeting with vendors during the day and interacting with superintendents at night, I wanted nothing more than to go to my hotel room to rest. But, my role as associate editor and also ...

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Photos: Bill Shonk, GM, Princess Anne CC

Course of the Week: The Princess Anne CC

June 24, 2014 By
The Princess Anne Country Club, in Virginia Beach, Va., was established in 1916 and features a par 70, 6,042-yard course lined with pines, inlets and lakes. The course was established in 1920 with ties to Willie Park Jr., according to Matt Boyce, Princess ...

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Trump National Golf Club naturally keeps ponds beautiful

May 11, 2014 By
The Potomac River is rich in American history — John Smith explored it in the 1600s, George Washington envisioned the capital to be located on it and the Union and Confederacy used it as a dividing line. The Potomac is ...

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