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Turfgrass researchers receive $8M USDA grant

Michigan State University researchers investigating winter stresses of turfgrass in northern climates received a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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Golf course worker killed in hit-and-run

A golf course worker in San Leandro, Calif., died after a hit-and-run driver rammed into his riding mower.

Industry partners fund research golf green at the University of Georgia

Linne Industries hires senior science advisor

Photo: FMC


FMC’s New Mode of Action

Serata Fungicide with active ingredient picarbutrazox brings an entirely new mode of action for the control of Pythium diseases. A new tool for resistance management, Serata Fungicide controls key diseases like Pythium root rot, Pythium root dysfunction and Pythium blight. Believe it.

USGA allocates $1.9M in golf course sustainability research grants

The grants will fund more than 80 research projects in 2022 through the Mike Davis Program for Advancing Golf Course Management.

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Quali-Pro adds Cal Hill as sales representative

Quali-Pro hired former golf course superintendent Cal Hill as a sales representative in the company's Gulf Coast territory.

Photo: PBI-Gordon


Segway Fungicide SC stops Pythium disease

Stop Pythium with Segway Fungicide SC. Segway protects against Pythium root dysfunction, blight, damping-off and root rot. It lasts up to 28 days, and Segway is ideal for resistance management programs.

Photo: Prime Source

Prime Source launches new AzoxyBio Fungicide

Photo: PBI-Gordon

PBI-Gordon announces new product manager and national key account manager

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Photo: Andrew Davis Tucker/UGA

Nanobubble study finds possible improvements to turfgrass systems

The study evaluates the use of nanobubble technology on turfgrass systems to potentially improve soil health and sustainability.


Screencap: Golfdom Staff

The benefits of adding Spiio's soil moisture sensors to fairways

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Amguard launches American Innovators program


Photo: Harold Abellan, Arxiu Images

PGA Catalunya restores wetlands and welcomes back near-extinct species

PGA Catalunya Golf and Wellness was recognized by the STRI Group for its commitment to developing and preserving its green infrastructure.



April cover photo by: John Amatucci Photography

Keeping up with the Jones: Back in the hood

Photo: Doug Richmond

Getting to the root of your beetle problem

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