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Tag: turfgrass

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The art of yesterday, the science of today

December 14, 2021 By
In this article by the late William H. Bengeyfield he examines how turfgrass management for golf courses is indeed both an art and a science. ...

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Art Bruneau (Executive Director of NCSPA), Dr. Susana Milla-Lewis (NC State), Dr. Grady Miller (NC State) and Linda Bradley (President of NCSPA) at the Lobo™ Zoysiagrass release at the NCSPA Fall Field Day on Nov. 10, 2021. (Photo courtesy of Sod Solutions)

North Carolina State University releases fast establishing, low maintenance turfgrass

November 12, 2021 By
Researchers say Lobo Zoysiagrass is unique because it is fast to establish, drought-tolerant and maintains good color and quality under very low inputs. ...

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Yellow tuft rarely kills turf, but it can discolor greens, tees and fairways. (Photo courtesy of Pete Dernoeden)

Experts Insights: Yellow tuft and downy mildew molds control and avoidance

November 1, 2021 By
Spores attack virtually all turfgrasses and grass crops and can discolor greens, tees and fairways. Experts offer tips on how to control the turf disease. ...

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The Greek word for turf

December 4, 2020 By
Mike Kenna, Ph.D., describes why those in the golf industry are turf scientists first and discusses the need for collaboration between research entities. ...

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NMSU turfgrass expert recognized by Crop Science Society of America

September 3, 2020 By
Bernd Leinauer, regents professor at New Mexico State University (NMSU), has been nominated and elected as a 2020 Fellow of the Crop Science Society of America. The award is presented for outstanding contributions to crop science through education, national and ...

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Bayer: Indemnify Nematicide

March 27, 2019 By and
Indemnify® controls nematodes on contact in as little as one application and continues to work throughout the root zone to offer visible, long-lasting improvement in turfgrass quality for up to six months. Offering excellent control of key plant parasitic nematodes ...

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