Can this possibly be true?
Turfgrass managers from around the world have joined the Global Soil Survey. Here's the updated list of participants.
For grad students, why you should use Twitter during your Ph.D.
Rick McCoy with this great morning view of Mt. Fuji.
Good morning Fuji-san... pic.twitter.com/fhrBuAhJuP— rick mccoy (@RickRrcycles) November 3, 2014
I wrote about estimating soil air content.
Paul Jansen in the HK Golfer: "for a golf course to be memorable, it must have a sense of place."
A correspondent wrote with questions about potassium.
A list of five more articles every greenkeeper should read.
This research paper is packed with useful data on N, P, and K.
Brian Whitlark from the USGA on an agronomist's view of how to read greens.
Which grows faster? Zoysia, or bermuda?
Soil testing with the Mehlich 3 extractant.
Gordon McKie shared photos of the Hell Bunker rebuild.
The turfgrass rootzone imagined as a nutrient bank.
An analysis of the entirely predictable turf problems at Singapore's brand new National Stadium.
MLSN paper at the Crop Science Society of America Annual Meeting.
"A misapprehension that nutrients in the soil can be present but not available."
Is this necessary? Soil testing humbug.
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