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Tag: Rutgers University

Shady Oaks GC in Fort Worth, Texas. The total course renovation by Ogilvy, Cocking and Mead includes new greens seeded to 777 bentgrass. (Photo Courtesy: Richard Hurley)

Modernizing golf turf with creeping bentgrass: decades of development

September 2, 2021 By
Richard Hurley, Ph.D., details the nearly 40-year process to develop creeping bentgrass varieties to modernize golf course turf. ...

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Phillip Vines, Ph.D., discusses developing gray leaf spot resistance in perennial ryegrasses at the 2021 Rutgers Turfgrass Field Day. (Photo: Mike Kenna)

Field days return with a bang at Rutgers University’s Turfgrass Field Days

August 27, 2021 By
Research Editor Mike Kenna shares a snapshot of the research presented at Rutgers University's event and why it was great to be back on the test plots. ...

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Professor James A. Murphy appointed to Ralph Geiger Chair in Turfgrass Science

March 16, 2021 By
The Rutgers University Board of Governors added professor James A. Murphy to the Ralph Geiger Chair in Turfgrass Science. ...

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The 13th International Turfgrass Research Conference

September 20, 2016 By
The 13th International Turfgrass Research Conference (ITRC) will be hosted by the United States and will be held July 16-21, 2017, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel adjacent to the Rutgers University campus in New Brunswick, N.J. This will be the first ...

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Inside the USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Committee

September 24, 2014 By
Early August is the time of year when the USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Committee meets to review research proposals and decide which research projects to fund. I have the good fortune to serve on the committee. With the approval ...

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Tell your turf to ‘chillax’ to cut anthracnose woes

December 9, 2013 By
One of the best ways to keep your turf from succumbing to anthracnose problems is to keep it stress free. You can do the worrying. As the kids might say, turf needs to chillax. Stress factors are a major contributor ...

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