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New Information on Diseases and Cation Exchange Capacity

I've been really busy in the past month, returning to Thailand after the exciting Masters Tournament, traveling to Singapore, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka, studying, and writing. Thanks to @daisukeiw who sent me the image above of the layout for my new series in Golf Course Seminar magazinePitchcare Oceania have just published a panel report on cation exchange capacity (CEC) and have featured some comments from me about CEC in sand rootzones and how it can be estimated most accurately by using an equation in which the only variables are soil pH and soil organic matter content.


I've also made some international updates to the Turf Diseases website. Some of my recent posts on that site are:

Large Patch Resistance of Zoysia?

A Cornucopia of Disease in Southeast Asia

Healthy Grass = Little Disease

Potassium, Hokkaido, and Snow Mold

Turfgrass Diseases in India

What is the Most Interesting Disease in the World?

Mites, a Corpse Plant, and Native Grasses

Large Patch on Zoysiagrass

More About Seashore Paspalum

A Most Unsightly Disease

The Wow Factor, Seashore Paspalum, and Dollar Spot


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