Ask these five questions when considering the use of biological control products on turfgrass.
Winter weather can be tough on turf. Here, we talk with a warm-season field pro for his take on winterizing warm-season turf.
It’s essential to properly identify all weed species and to make sure your herbicide is labeled for control of them.
Approach this practice as you would a crime scene investigation: Know the what, where and why before you act.
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.