Tag: Rutgers

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GCSAA awards Rutgers turfgrass student inaugural Larry Powell Scholarship

February 12, 2023 By
Travis Campbell is the first recipient of the award, which focuses on individuals from underserved populations who are GCSAA members or interested in becoming a member. ...

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FIGURE 1: (a) Silvery-thread moss growing in nontreated control plot at Hawks Nest Golf Course in Creston, Ohio, at four weeks after treatment (WAT); (b) Experimental plot area at Hawks Nest Golf Course at trial initiation; (c) Experimental plot area at Rutgers Horticultural Farm 2 in New Brunswick, N.J., at 12 WAT; (d) Collecting normalized difference vegetation index values at Hawks Nest Golf Course at four WAT. (Photos: Zane Raudenbush, Ph.D.)

Evaluating mid-winter applications of Quicksilver for silvery-thread moss

October 27, 2022 By
Researchers across six northern states evaluated the potential injury of mid-winter applications of carfentrazone-ethyl (Quicksilver, FMC) on putting greens. ...

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Annual bluegrass weevils have become resistant to many modes of action that are currently available. (Photo courtesy of Control solutions)

Turf Pest of the Month: Get to know annual bluegrass weevil

Albrecht Koppenhöfer, Ph.D., and Ben McGraw, Ph.D., share what you need to know about annual bluegrass weevil and the best actions to control it. ...

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Travis Russell and Devon Carroll receive Musser Awards of Excellence

April 4, 2022 By
The Musser International Turfgrass Foundation selected Travis Russell and Devon Carroll, Ph.D., as 2022 Award of Excellence recipients. ...

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GCSAA announces turfgrass research grants

March 22, 2022 By
Research funded includes seedhead suppression programs for bermudagrass fairways, selection and evolution of shade tolerance in creeping bentgrass and tracking fall armyworm populations. ...

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Golf club and ball about to tee off (Photo: Wand_Prapan / iStock / Getty Images)

Turf MD: A high honor for turf

March 16, 2022 By
Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., explains the importance of Michigan State's new Joe Vargas Chair in Plant Pathology to the turfgrass industry. ...

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