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Tag: The Turf Doc

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The Turf Doc: Winter golf

December 4, 2020 By
Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., describes how golf courses can manage and minimize the damage caused by winter golf in places where it's applicable. ...

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The Turf Doc: Burning down the turf

November 2, 2020 By
Calling to mind recent wildfires that have wreaked havoc in the western U.S., Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., details the effects of warming temperatures on turf. ...

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Comparing practice ranges to horse-racing tracks

August 4, 2020 By
In his August 2020 column, Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., compares the maintenance of practice ranges to the upkeep of horse-racing tracks. ...

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Turf MD: Keeping organic matter under control

June 26, 2020 By
Golfdom Science Editor Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., lays out how superintendents can keep organic matter and thatch under control. ...

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The Turf Doc: Returning to the open road

June 6, 2020 By
After surviving COVID-19, Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., describes the joy of driving his 1969 Pontiac Firebird and encourages people to social distance. ...

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Beware of the fog

April 2, 2020 By
While reading or watching a video, words like dazed, hazed, confused, perplexed, trance or stupor occasionally describe someone or a situation. These descriptive words are synonyms of being “in a fog.” In literature, fog represents approaching gloom, death or isolation. ...

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