Billy Crow asks how do I know if I have a nematode problem?
MacKenzie’s fundamental principle of greenkeeping.
Paul Jansen with an amazing video of greenkeeping in Myanmar:
— Jansen Golf Design (@pauljansengolf) May 28, 2017
Bill Kreuser wrote about PGR over-regulation on golf green collars.
See how irrigation requirement changes with daily soil water balance in the Philippines.
How can a location with more rain also require more irrigation?
Doug Soldat with more surprising photos, this time of dandelions:
Tall fescue keeps dandelions out. This is a plot of turf type TF sodded from Paul's Turf and Tree in 2011. No fert or herbicide in 6 yrs pic.twitter.com/G4Po0ltAMk
— Doug Soldat (@djsoldat) May 15, 2017
Brad Revill reports on eight months of MLSN.
Kreuser with more PGR info:
Here are the GDD intervals and amount of growth suppression for cool-season greens in a full sun condition. Ranges indicate a rate effect. https://t.co/KJgyYehh5K
— Bill Kreuser (@UNLturf) May 11, 2017
Jason Haines thinks we can do better than organic.
Four seminars about soil test interpretation in Australia.
MYANMAR: The amazing Popa Taungkalat Monastery. Pictures taken from Holes 2,4 and 8 at the Popa GC. Is there a better backdrop in golf? pic.twitter.com/ZrIXAY1KKm
— Jansen Golf Design (@pauljansengolf) May 3, 2017
Sue Crawford with an update from the MLSN green.
— Sue Crawford (@eastcoastsue1) May 29, 2017
The two green system in Japan isn’t always about summer and winter greens.
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