The Sun Temple makes a fine backdrop to golf in Bangalore.
I shared the handout, slides, and photos from a weeklong greenkeeping seminar in India.
Dr. Rossi wrote in 1993 that "many of the practices we employ to satisfy the golfer deeply concern a large proportion of our society."
On that very topic, Jason Haines wrote this interesting blog post about how he is choosing and monitoring pesticide use at Pender Harbour GC.
This is a spectacular aerial view of Emirates Golf Club.
Knowing what is in the irrigation water is really important. Here's a real life example.
But bicarbonate is not important, although the amount of salt, and the sodium adsorption ratio (SAR), are.
More about turfgrass drought resistance and N:K ratios.
Controversial project? Another article about the Global Soil Survey.
Jim Kerns with 5 things to consider for 2015 disease control.
Golf course architect Paul Jansen wrote in the Hong Kong Golfer that "golf course superintendents (known as green keepers in some parts of the world) are some of the most highly trained, highly skilled people in the golf business". You'll want to read the whole article.
Does seashore paspalum require special fertilizer treatment in autumn?
Wetting agents may not do what you think. What is the real effect on soil moisture after wetting agents have been applied?
Some amazing results and cost savings in fertilizer use over 6 years.
Hill station golf courses are pretty amazing. This one is no exception.
What would the periodic table of the elements look like if the elements were represented in the amounts they are found in turfgrass leaves?
A Christmas Eve report about grass in Thailand.
Is the luxurance of the meadows and pastures in Britain the result of climate, soils, or human endeavour?
This excellent guide to the control of turfgrass diseases will be useful to many.
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