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Monthly Turfgrass Roundup: April 2016

Here's a roundup of turfgrass articles and links from the past month:

This one's from 2012, actually, but it got a ton of views this month. Doug Soldat's photo of dandelions in ryegrass but not in tall fescue.

Also from Soldat, and available in the TurfNet webinar archives, Is your potassium program hurting or helping your turf?

Pat Gross and Chris Hartwiger on how to develop a water budget for a golf course.

Jason Haines on controlling growth rates.

Visualizing climate differences.

Grass selection by normal temperature and sunshine.

Haines on reasons to not aerate in spring.

PACE Turf suggested reconsidering the use of tissue nutrient analyses as a guide for fertilizer.

This led to an extensive discussion, summarized by Pam Charbonneau in To tissue test or not to tissue test?

Todd Lowe wrote about alternative aeration practices that help reduce golfer frustration without jeopardizing turf health.

Haines spoke at a seminar and heard someone say he's starving his greens. Is he?

Nutrients adequate but not available. Is this the most common oxymoron in turf?

For more about turfgrass management, browse articles available for download on the ATC Turfgrass Information page, subscribe to this blog by e-mail or with an RSS reader - I use Feedly, or follow asianturfgrass on Twitter. Link and article roundups from previous months are here.


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