In this month’s roundup: fertilizer, roots, golf in Japan, identifying a turf disease, the Ryder Cup, putting green performance, and much more.
What’s the probability of a positive response to fertilizer application?
Sue Crawford reports on a #MLSN trial green:
— Sue Crawford (@eastcoastsue1) September 16, 2016
Golf with two greens on each hole.
Lawn fertilizer calculator from University of Missouri.
Eric Reasor shared this tip on scouting for offtype grasses:
— Eric Reasor (@TurfBlade) September 15, 2016
Fast release fertilizer, burn, and root growth.
Andrew McDaniel shared photos of pre-Ryder Cup preparations:
Measuring ball roll dispersion on putting greens.
Andrew Kniss on the environmental impact quotient (EIQ). It’s not better than nothing.
Paul Jansen on the Japanese golf experience.
A new Shiny app with the temperature and sunshine combination for 11 cities in Japan.
Chris Tritabaugh from the 1st tee at Hazeltine:
— Chris Tritabaugh (@ct_turf) September 21, 2016
The turfgrass disease called dog’s footprint.
Documenting more preparations for the Ryder Cup:
— Andrew McDaniel (@drumcturf) September 21, 2016
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