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Distinguish between root rot and root dysfunction to address these very different maladies.
A Washington super’s border collie/Brittany mix graces the 2019 Dog Days of Golf calendar cover.
Trials are investigating the irrigation needs and drought recovery of the species.
A problematic putting surface put a superintendent’s perseverance to the test.
Robotic mowing makes maintenance at a Colorado club more efficient and eco-friendly.
Communicate effectively with stakeholders about the tough topic of eliminating trees.
A South Dakota super shares lessons in leadership, self-awareness, managing others and more.
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Tactics for successful budget requests and productive communication with decision-makers.
The five certified monarch waystations at an Oregon course are a rarity.
Utah super Justin Woodland discusses helping golf industry kin and others in need.
Six-year study monitored quality, growth and disease incidence over a range of potassium levels.
Superintendents share stories of and strategies for tackling course transformations big and small.