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Registration Open For GreenKeeper Turfgrass Education Courses

Deadline to register for Introductory Certificate is December 31. GreenKeeper University is an online educational program that offers courses in the field of turfgrass science, …

Spring Turfgrass Seeding & Fertilization

Aside from trying to thicken-up a lawn, are there other reasons for doing a Spring overseeding? One big reason is to adjust the cultivar, or …

CA Governor Calls For Ban On Irrigating “Non Functional” Turfgrass

Drought measure would only apply to turfgrass adjacent to large industrial and commercial buildings.   Following the driest first three months of a year in …

International Turfgrass Foundation Awards Two Individuals

Musser Foundation selects Travis Russell and Dr. Devon Carroll as 2022 Award of Excellence recipients. The Musser International Turfgrass Foundation has selected both Travis Russell and …

Clover In Turfgrass: Weed Or A Lucky Find?

The University of Maryland conducted research on microclover, smaller varieties of white clover, in combination with turf-type tall fescue.

What Are The Top Turfgrass Challenges Anticipated For 2022?

Weather is inconsistent; crabgrass, nutsedge, and brown patch can be counted on.   With last year’s employment and supply chain issues, the usual technical challenges, …

Colorado Water Conservation Bill Targets Reduction Of Turfgrass

Looks To Offer Financial Incentives For Creating Water-Wise Landscapes The state of Colorado has introduced a bill that would create a state program to finance …

Soil Solutions For Healthy Turfgrass

Soil quality has a large impact on the intensity of management practices and on the ability of a soil to sustain quality turfgrass. It sounds …

Olympic Turfgrass Developed At The University Of Georgia

The Summer Olympics may be in Japan right now, but Team USA was on home turf when they took the field for last week’s Opening …

Better Turfgrass Management: Four Key Areas

Turfgrass covers 40 million acres in the U.S., or nearly 2% of the land, and is the U.S.’s number one irrigated crop (yes, the USDA …