Sunday, March 29, 2015

Top Stories

Wrapping up winter

Join a panel of experts at 1 p.m. Monday, March 30 for #GCIchat about winter recovery. More

Turfgrass: It does a lot

Researchers point to a number of benefits, adding "the complexity and comprehensiveness of the environmental benefits of turfgrass that improve our quality of life are just now being quantitatively documented through research." More

WeevilTrak Update

Five updates and modifications made to allow for a more successful annual bluegrass weevil control program. More

Stressed out

By Monroe Miller

How hard is it to grow turf? Superintendents know how stressful the job really is. GCI columnist Monroe Miller says even though stress is part of a superintendent's daily life, it doesn't have to be overwhelming. More

5 Tax-Saving Strategies

Overlooked deductions that could help you and your family by saving you thousands. More

Product Spotlight

Bayer 26 GT - Fungicide

A fungicide for the prevention and control of certain diseases of turfgrass and ornamentals.26GT is an enhanced formulation of Chipco 26019 and... More

Latest News

OnGolf hires Frank Heery

Longtime superintendent will serve as vice president of agronomy services. More

Redexim Turf Products entering Twin Cities market

Veteran Troy von Holdt guiding expansion. More

Billy Casper Golf unveils aesthetic changes

Company releases modern logo and website. More

Rockwind Community Links set to debut in May

Andy Staples-designed New Mexico project features 27 holes. More

Jacobsen honors top dealers, salespeople

Hawaii-based B. Hayman receives Dealer of the Year award. More

Club Car offering solar driving charging panels

System reduces emissions, cuts charging costs. More

John Deere facility reaches milestone

Turf Care factory in Fuquay-Varina, N.C., completes 500,000th unit. More

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Editor's Pick

COOL VIDEOS! Original videos and podcasts from the GCI staff plus the best of the rest from the turf business

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Part of the solution

Tom Werner didn't think he had a problem. But when getting one or two drinks with friends kept turning into long nights out, he had to make a choice for himself and his family. He shares his story as part of our Superintendent Health series. To find a local support meeting, click HERE. More