Tag: pesticides

Photos: Prince William Golf Course

Off the Record: Can a golf course function without pesticides?

April 20, 2023 By
Retired Director of Research for the USGA, Mike Kenna, Ph.D., examines a research project that questions what a course without pesticides would look like. ...

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Annual bluegrass weevil damage (Photo: Ben McGraw)

Turf MD: Are golf courses really using too many pesticides?

April 18, 2023 By
The Turf Doc is in! Golfdom Science Editor Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., chronicles the long history of pesticides in the game of golf. ...

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More than 400 organizations sent letter to Congress regarding pesticide regulation

March 22, 2023 By
RISE and the GCSAA voice support for the current regulatory framework in the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act. ...

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Congress OKs reauthorization of bill with EPA pesticide registration resources

December 28, 2022 By
The reauthorization of the Pesticide Registration Improvement Act supports pesticide registration, registration review and other regulatory actions. ...

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Pesticide regulations: Prepare for the worst

May 12, 2022 By
Steve Kammerer, Ph.D., a consulting agronomist for the USGA, discusses having a plan in place for possible changes regarding proposed pesticide regulations. ...

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Portugal and pesticides

December 17, 2018 By
I have traveled to Portugal numerous times to attend and speak at conferences and to play golf. Portugal is one of my favorite countries. It’s a relatively small country, with a population similar to that of Ohio. It has a ...

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