What do Ninja tines, PoaCure, ClipVol, the Smith-Kerns disease model, ball roll, and MLSN have in common?
My usual schedule is such that I don’t listen to podcasts on a regular basis. A couple of quirks in my schedule recently gave some time to do a marathon listen (or binge listen?) to a bunch of recent Frankly Speaking podcasts. And I was so impressed at the range of content, and all the new ideas discussed in them, that I was going to write a blog post recommending a listen if you can. And then last night I saw the ASTMA presentation was available, and I watched that with the convenient 1.5x speed setting on YouTube.
Real quick, some of the things you’ll hear discussed include:
if there are good reasons to core aerify sand-based greens
golf spikes and rolling and ball roll and traffic and mowing height interactions
MLSN and whether you might need more nutrients
the utility of ClipVol
PoaCure and use examples
how much does a ball deviate from the intended line when it strikes a Poa annua plant in a bentgrass green?
Does the Smith-Kerns dollar spot model work well?
What does he think about Ninja tines?
grass varieties and disease susceptibility and what happens when more resistant varieties are used
data in turfgrass management today—is it overdone?
I’ve left out a ton; I’ve forgotten a ton. But I was impressed at how much useful content Dr. Rossi has been producing over the past couple of months, and I’m fascinated at how many new topics he is able to introduce and discuss. I think you’ll be similarly impressed.
- Flying Blind: the episode you've been waiting for
- The Flying Blind trailer: 8 things to know, measure, and adjust
- 7 things I've learned about turfgrass around the world
- Thai GCSA seminar: improving playing conditions and optimizing work efficiency
- Quick screencast of my continuous improvement system presentation