30 Years as a Technical Representative: Superintendent Pain Points and Common Questions
Answers to the top agronomic questions asked by golf superintendents plus new chemistry and research data.View Online Course
Reduce growth while improving turf health with plant growth regulators.View Online Course
This course will give a comprehensive look at plant growth regulators (PGRs) and the various reasons for their application on golf courses. The discussion topics include the PGR options available in 2021, the strengths and weaknesses of each PGR, and how PGRs can provide healthier turf on putting greens, fairways, tees, and even roughs. The course will also cover how PGRs can be used for long-term control of Poa annua. Golf course managers will also learn how to make informed reapplications of PGRs using growing degree days (GDDs).
Aaron Hathaway is the Technical Services Manager at Nufarm and lives in Michigan. Before joining Nufarm in February of 2019, he spent nearly two decades at Michigan State University concentrating on weed science. He conducted field research in turfgrass systems, covering weed control, fertility and nitrogen fate, and plant growth regulator (PGR) use. Aaron has a wealth of experience teaching turf classes and speaking to both superintendents and lawn care groups.