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Fall Tips For Golf Course Turf

While many golf course superintendents breathe a sigh of relief when temperatures start to cool off in the fall, it can still be a busy time of year. Depending on which region of the country you are located, you will likely aerate your golf course turf in the fall. And it is a good time…

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Macro-Sorb Promotes Healthy Turf in Summer Stress Conditions

In a recent greenhouse demonstration, Technical Manager John Haguewood shows that increasing plant health from applying Macro-Sorb amino acids improves turf quality and color to a greater ability compared to mineral nutrients alone when grown under summer stress conditions Containers of creeping bentgrass were grown and kept at fairway mowing heights (≈0.5 inch). A complete…

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Orioles’ McFadyen on Growing KY Blue in Transition Zone

Nicole McFadyen can’t imagine life without a close connection to baseball. Growing up in New Castle, Delaware, she was a tomboy who enjoyed all sports. But she zeroed in on baseball after playing outfielder for her high school team and first base for her community college team, before transferring to the University of Delaware to…

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Soil Surfactant Basics with John Haguewood

John Haguewood, Technical Manager for SMS Additive Solutions, offers his insights on how soil surfactants work to help golf course turf managers achieve optimal course conditions. SMS provides a comprehensive line of valuable additive solutions, including soil surfactants, spray adjuvants and wetting agents, all designed to help provide exceptional playing surfaces. Q:  What are soil…