Search All Resources

Around the Turf Scene Resources

lawn thick and dark green This Rtf Lawn Continued New Growth Even Under The Snow
In the fall of 2012 a friend in Columbus, Ohio renovated his lawn, stripped it, new topsoil, and new seeding. He chose Rhizomatous Tall Fescue (RTF), a tall fescue that produces a creeping stem or runner (rhizome) that extends outward from the main plant underground. This rhizome will send a shoot up to the soil […]
Read More
Frost Budgets And Balance
December 09, 2013 at 3:00 am Golf in our area has slowed significantly over the past week, as frost delays are getting longer and darkness hits earlier each day. It’s tough on anyone hoping to get in a few more rounds before the New Year. Traffic on frost-covered turf can be damaging; although the delays […]
Read More
Doing More With Less Fall Foliar Solutions
September 16, 2013 at 3:00 am It’s that time of year. The time when the work slows down because your help went back to school. Wouldn’t that be nice? Somehow we all figure out how to do more with less. This is the time of year that we need to get the most out of […]
Read More
Let It Fly This Fall Let It Fly This Fall
September 02, 2013 at 3:00 am Over the past 10 or so years, we have seen a pretty significant decrease in the total amount of nitrogen applied in a season to residential and commercial turf areas. The days of applying 5 to 6 total pounds of N are gone with the backing of University data […]
Read More
Coin A Couple Thoughts On Dollar Spot
I think most turf managers will agree dollar spot is one of the most persnickety diseases we face in this part of the country.  Most years, a couple of stout, early fungicide applications combined with spring aerification and fertilization help reduce the impact and severity of dollar spot.  As the heat and dry weather of […]
Read More