Tag: University of Wisconsin

Weekend warriors: First Tee volunteer project

March 13, 2014 By
Two Wisconsin assistants spearhead a volunteer project for the First Tee and build a chipping green in one weekend. A recent volunteer project spearheaded by a couple assistant superintendents in Wisconsin resulted in two distinct benefits — those who had never ...

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Beat the summer heat, plan for snow mold

August 23, 2013 By
The dog days of summer are upon us, and it seems a little odd to be thinking about snow mold when you can’t stop sweating. Alas, Mother Nature relentlessly bulldozes onto the next season whether we’re ready or not. And ...

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The plant and the pathogen

February 1, 2013 By
When discussing whether golf courses are sustainable or not, the focus is almost always on the putting green. The putting green quality expected by golfers requires an intensive level of management. In temperate regions, creeping bentgrass is the putting green ...

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