The recording of my seminar about “How MLSN Works” is now available on YouTube.
I want to correct something. At the very end, I misstated that irrigation water normally has 20 to 60 ppm (mg/L) potassium.
I’ve recorded a quick video to describe the presentation I delivered at Nutranta’s Best Practices seminar last week.
I spoke about a continuous improvement system for turfgrass.
In the presentation, I mentioned the article A Year of Measuring Putting Green Performance by Chris Hartwiger.
In this series of posts, I’ve showed how one can start with temperatures and go all the way to a standardized comparison of growth in response to nitrogen supply. In this one, I want to emphasize which of these are real, which aren’t real but are useful, and to make an argument that this is a lot easier than it might seem.
This is a movie about making fertilizer recommendations from soil tests using MLSN.
I hope you enjoy watching this, and that this video provides a few new bits of information about what MLSN is and how it works.
The recording of my presentation on “Managing turfgrass diseases in Asia with minimal input” is now online.
Watch it here.
I gave this presentation as part of the session on “Precision Turf and Ornamental Disease Management in the 21st Century” at the International Congress of Plant Pathology in July.
Last week I spent a few days in Fukuoka. I was there for the 103rd Japan Amateur Golf Championship. On the the morning of July 5, I recorded a short iron shot landing on the 16th green at the host venue, Keya Golf Club.