“Those who plan the new field start the root growth of field success.”
“There’s no way to get an artificial field in Maine to perform and play exactly like a natural field in Phoenix.”
How do you evaluate a new treatment idea (product or service) for your fields?
“Why do they keep bringing the ball back to the middle of the field after each play? That must be hard on the pitch!”
This stands as a reminder that U.S. turfgrass management isn’t just different north to south, but also east to west.
Maybe you’re a turfie. If you are, you already know what I’m talking about. I’ll try to explain, in honor of the great American comedian …
The new Fair Labor Standards Act rules enacted by the U.S. Department of Labor will change the way employees are classified in terms of overtime …
As the long presidential campaigns are finally drawing to a close, it’ll soon be time to vote. In the U.S., we vote our interests, but …
“I would recommend a degree in turfgrass science (or related degree) from any of our many great land grant universities to any young man or woman.”
One is this: Your success lies in your ability to continually develop in your profession and build your skill sets.