From Jason Haines, can one introduce more sand with solid tine aeration?
He also shared his slides from GIS, including on how reduced fertilizer has benefited my golf course.
K fertilizer and snow mold photo from Doug Soldat:
More snow mold than ever this year. Left: no K for six years. Right: 0.2 lbs K every other week. A4 bent pic.twitter.com/iZX2YLyxgw
— Doug Soldat (@djsoldat) February 20, 2017
The Micah no jikan book (芝草科学とグリーンキーピング (マイカの時間 The BOOK) is now available.
Burning noshiba for the shiba yaki ceremony.
The slides from the #MLSN and GP seminar at GIS.
More details: another year, and another set of photos from Doug Soldat showing K fertilizer and more snow mold.
Three salinity levels, how do they affect the grow-in?
Five grass varieties 28 days after planting.
Ian Daniels shared some good advice:
Best advice I've heard all day. "Nutrient deficiencies are easier and less costly to correct than excessive nutrient impacts." @PenderSuper
— Ian Daniels (@EanDaniels) February 6, 2017
Peter McCormick wrote another interesting article at TurfNet.
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