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Tag: Texas A & M

Kriged maps of volumetric water content (VWC) and normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) on SMS treated fairway No. 5 throughout a dry down event from May 27 to June 2, 2020, at Edina Country Club in Minnesota. (Photo by Chase Straw, Ph.D., Texas A&M University).

Super Science Intro: Studying the benefits of precision irrigation

June 30, 2021 By
Researchers at Texas A&M University, University of Minnesota and The Toro Co. are evaluating the adoption of currently available soil moisture sensor (SMS) and mapping technologies to see if golf course superintendents can make significant water and cost savings. ...

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Texas A&M AgriLife breeds viable Zoysia

May 22, 2020 By
The latest turfgrass variety in a recent string of releases by Texas A&M AgriLife Research breaks new ground among market zoysiagrasses, especially in its viability for golf course putting greens, according to Texas A&M AgriLife. “Zoysias have typically not been ...

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Turfgrass breeders at Texas A&M University develop drought-tolerant grass

January 12, 2018 By
The Turfgrass Producers of Texas launched a new website dedicated to TamStar to serve as a resource for industry professionals and homeowners regarding TamStar St. Augustine, a new drought-tolerant, low-water-use grass developed by turfgrass breeders at Texas A&M University. Specifically, the ...

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