These are localized variations that occur on a small scale, which can result in either a change in the appearance of turfgrass or the need to alter management practices.
A healthy, dense stand of turfgrass isn’t just aesthetically pleasing — it also reduces the risk of player injury.
Ornamental plants can be an important contributor to the overall enjoyment of gameday for the fans.
Understanding water usage — how, when and why — is crucial in the management of healthy stands of turfgrass.
When you treat is just as important as what you treat with.
This issue is becoming more frequently reported in turfgrass.
Management practices, including proper core aerification and topdressing programs, should be followed in an attempt to alleviate the compaction and make the desirable turfgrass more competitive.
First, determine the cause — then, treat the effect.
Certain management strategies can minimize the risks of off-target movement.
Several elements are essential to the growth and development of your turfgrass.