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Tag: Texas A&M

Ambika Chandra, Ph.D., Texas A&M AgriLife Research professor and turfgrass breeding program lead in Dallas, provided an update on work being done at the urban research center. (Photo: Michael Miller)

Texas A&M AgriLife showcases new varieties of turfgrass at research field day

November 2, 2022 By
Research surrounding drought tolerance and performance of Zoysiagrass varieties Zeon and Lazer were a highlight of Texas A&M's recent Turfgrass and Landscape Field Day. ...

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Photo: Chase Straw

How to reap the benefits of GPS technology

June 28, 2022 By
As GPS technology becomes more common in turfgrass management, experts say now is the time to realize its various benefits. ...

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Discovery Education and Nutrients for Life to host virtual field trip for middle schoolers

March 12, 2018 By
The Nutrients for Life Foundation and Discovery Education will host a live virtual field trip for students nationwide from Texas A&M on March 15, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. EDT. The live event, “Play Ball: The Science Behind Sports Turf Management,” will provide middle school students ...

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Airfield Systems: AirDrain

September 6, 2013 By
With AirField Systems AirDrain, you can reduce your irrigation needs, as concluded in a five-year research project by Texas A&M in partnership with the USGA. The study shows that AirDrain provides up to four more days of plant available water ...

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Turf study to monitor runoff, establish fertilizer management practices

September 11, 2012 By
COLLEGE STATION, TX — Improperly applied fertilizer to newly placed sod may result in nutrient runoff into the water supply, but just when is the best time to apply fertilizer — and what kind is the best for new turf? ...

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