First, determine the cause — then, treat the effect.
Scheduling and planning are the keys to developing a successful strategy.
Weeds, pests, disease … all can wreck havoc on your field. Accurately diagnosing the cause is the first step in treating turf trauma.
A step-by-step approach to troubleshooting.
Equal amounts of nitrogen and potassium help sports turf survive adverse winter conditions.
Weeds cause many problems, including competing for water and nutrients and causing turf stands to be thinned.
In fact, the scientific name of the plant, Eleusine indica, says it all — it’s a pretty elusive weed.
Regularly inspecting your spray equipment is highly encouraged.
Look to the past to plan for the future when it comes to managing pests at your fields
Grassy or broadleaf weeds are more than a visual nuisance; they compete with desirable turf plants for water, light nutrients and space.