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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's turfgrass science department is studying an interesting case of turfgrass chlorosis.
In an industry with so many variables, where the expectation is perfection, having a process usually means better results.
An effective soil program should enhance microbial health and create a biologically active soil. In return, this improves plant nutrition.
Last season was stressful on bentgrass fairways in central Ohio. Most of my customers were using Fleet on greens with something else on fairways.
Summer weather creates stress for turf, and for those responsible for its maintenance. Be prepared!
When applying herbicides, it's important to understand the effects they can have on non-target plants and trees.
Turf managers know that the long days of summer mean one thing: heat stress.
I get asked many times throughout the year from turf managers, “how can I take my program to the next level?”.