The program for Sustainable Turfgrass Management in Asia 2015, from 9 to 11 March in Pattaya, has been announced.
Understanding or misunderstanding the MLSN guidelines.
Frank Rossi and Doug Soldat talked on TurfNet RADIO about potassium, autumn nitrogen fertilizer, and more.
Presentation from Hawaii: the secret to preventing nutrient deficiencies.
Cool-season grass, at the Singapore National Stadium? How is that working out?
Good irrigation design is important during dry weather pic.twitter.com/G6JrvcIAzN— Brett Morris (@brettmorris73) October 23, 2014
Presentations from Chambers Bay: shade (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Green) and nutrients (Leaves of Grass).
Presentations from Idaho: nutrient requirements and nutrient availability.
What happens to the turf when a golf course closes down?
Should good-performing turf be classified as requiring more nutrients in the soil?
Sand rootzones and soil organic matter in GCM China.
Does adding more K in autumn promote stronger cells?
Do covers help germination - hell yes pic.twitter.com/Nosa52xZvZ— Albert Bancroft (@alban3074) October 26, 2014
What happens when one measures the firmness of greens, approaches, and fairways?
The salesmen all suggest calcium.
Presentation from Oregon State University: all you need to know about turfgrass nutrition in one lecture.
Soil temperatures, air temperatures, and growth potential.
Grass growth and its relation to water use.
Nutrient availability and fearmongering.
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