TPC Louisiana director of golf course operations Brandon Reese (@brandonleereese) describes the industrywide effort to help members of The Greenbrier agronomic team affected by severe flooding. Read More
Data collection is becoming more and more popular and prominent in the turfgrass management world. Many misunderstandings exist regarding what to measure, how to measure and what to do with the information.Agronomist Carmen Magro, who serves as vice president, business development, Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, discusses how proper monitoring... Read More
Scott Griffith, superintendent of the University of Georgia Golf Course, discusses treating anthracnose on young greens, as well as the strategy of nutrition and rotating in new fungicide chemistries he uses to control and suppress anthracnose on his course. Read More
In this early June interview, Dr. Mike Agnew, Syngenta field technical manager, provides his expert advice on what superintendents might expect from anthracnose pressure this season on their golf courses, as well as some key tips to both manage and contain this troublesome turf disease.
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Mike Blackwood explains how he helped create an outing benefiting veterans at Black Hawk (Pa.) Golf Course and offers suggestions for superintendents who want to organize similar events at their respective courses. Read More
Compass Minerals Senior Agronomist Mark Davis shares the signs and scenarios superintendents need to be aware of that the soil profile is deficient in potassium (K). Davis also discusses how and when to monitor for potassium levels, as well as the timing and means to introduce K back into the soil. Read More