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Bring Your Turf into New Life with These Tips
Our golf courses, sports turf, and lawns are now breaking dormancy and coming into their own new life. Here are some products that will help your turf along the way.
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Speed Up the Recovery of Divots with These Tips
Many courses are now coming into spring with very thin turf on some of their tees, which is a look nobody wants. If this sounds like your course, here are a few things you could try to implement to help speed the recovery of your existing divots as well as the divots that will soon be flying through the air. 
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Zoysia Grass Blog Keep Zoysiagrass Healthy During the Season with These Maintenance Tips
Zoysiagrass doesn't require a lot of fertilizer inputs or as much water as cool-season grasses. It's also not susceptible to many diseases or insect problems. So, relatively speaking, zoysiagrass is easier to maintain than some other grasses. However, it would be best if you did a few things during the season to make sure it stays healthy.
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sprayer calibration Essential Guide to Sprayer Calibration
Steel Green Manufacturing​ explains how to calibrate​ a sprayer (math included), while also discussing how to find the right rate of chemistry for the way your machine is calibrated and what to inspect before starting calibration.
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dylan staley, stephen hill, michael thomas Employee Spotlights: Dylan Staley, Stephen Hill, and Michael Thomas
Our employees work hard to provide excellent service to our customers. In honor of Employee Appreciation Day, let’s celebrate three of our hardworking drivers, Dylan Staley, Stephen Hill, and Michael Thomas. Dylan Staley CDL Driver in Fishers, IN Employee Since 2016 Dylan’s current role at ATS involves transferring products between locations. He enjoys his role […]
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matchpoint insecticide Will Annual Blue Grass Weevil (ABW) Threaten Your Course? What You Need to Know Now.
We asked Corteva a few questions about the annual bluegrass weevil (ABW). Hear about where the insect is causing problems today, where it's spreading, how to identify if it's the issue, how to treat it, and more in this Q&A.
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cherry blossoms Recharge Your Spring Agronomic Program for 2021
As we put 2020 behind us and move into 2021, here are a few thoughts about moving forward in the next 2 months before the hectic spring arrives. Let's use the remaining 30-60 days to recharge, reorganize, and reevaluate your spring agronomic programs. 
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fe iron Not All Irons Are Created Equal: Diagnosing Iron Deficiencies
Identifying the reason for making iron applications and deciding on the right type of iron can definitely lead to greener pastures.
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golf course after spring green up A Guide to Spring Green-Up
As spring arrives, we look over our turf only to find it not greening up as usual. Here is a guide to spring green-up.
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goosegrass Strategies to Combat Goosegrass Pressure
Develop a strategy to combat goosegrass pressure with product suggestions and best cultural practices.
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Anuew Poa Nufarm Anuew Q&A for Poa Annua Seedhead Suppression
Find out more about how Anuew can help tackle Poa Annua seedhead suppression.
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poa annua seed Maximize Your Spring Ethephon Application
Ethephon is a highly effective PGR for Poa annua seedhead suppression on cool-season turf. Use the information below to maximize the effectiveness of your spring Proxy sprays. 
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holiday hours 2020 Holiday Hours
Check out the schedule of our holiday hours.
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2020 Key Takeaways 2020 Key Takeaways
The overall golf industry is doing very well. Initially, everyone was scared that golf courses would have less income than in years past. Surprisingly, COVID-19 increased rounds of golf played and revenue, which created record-breaking years in quite a few cases. 
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Localized Dry Spot on grass Top 7 Reasons for Late Fall Soil Surfactant Applications
Soon after the summer stress periods end, most turfgrass managers stop soil surfactant applications on fine turfgrass areas. However, there are many reasons to make a soil surfactant application in the late fall before the ground freezes. Here are 7 of the top reasons.
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Optimizer Green Shade Why You Should be Liquid Overseeding
Liquid overseeding is the practice of applying pigments or paint to dormant turf in order to enhance its color and growth. The practice has become very important in the transition zone and Mid-South, and if you have not tried it in those regions, here are some reasons why you should, plus a little more about pigments and paints.
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order early and save even more Early Order Your Way: 2020 Programs for Golf
Advanced Turf Solutions makes EOP easy. Find out the latest manufacturer programs for golf here.
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jars in yellow purple and green hexagons Tank Mix Compatibility and Jar Testing
If you are getting ready to spray with multiple products and are not sure if they will be compatible, then to be safe, you should do a jar test.
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steelgreen snow plow Steel Green Manufacturing Introduces New Snowplow Attachment Available This Fall
Available this fall, the SG Snowplow comes with the plow, winter tires assembly, LED lights, and attachment kit and costs $3,995. The attachment kit includes hydraulics, hoses, brackets and fittings, and will be compatible with other attachments available from Steel Green Manufacturing in the future.
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Rodney Crouse and Michael Susshine Advanced Turf Welcomes Two New Golf Sales Representatives
We are pleased to welcome Rodney Crouse and Michael Susshine to the team!
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fall trees on golf course Round Out the Year Tips for Your Golf Course
Who knows what the closing months of the year will bring, but what I do know is that golf course maintenance expectations aren’t going to change going into 2021. So, what do you do between now and then?
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fall golf course Fall Fertilization: Success Through Testing and Goals
As the growing season draws to a close and turfgrass growth slows, fall becomes an essential time for fertilization. To fertilize properly in the fall, we want to know a few things:
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golf ball in grass Revitalize Your Cool-Season Golf Course Rough
When the leaves begin to turn in the fall, it can signal a great time to revitalize the cool-season rough on your golf course.
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close-up of fungicide on grass Preventative Snow Mold Spray Best Practices
No one wants a spring course reveal ruined by snow mold. But, without snow mold applications in the fall, this could happen to your course (especially in the northern regions of the Midwest). 
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time to improve Improve Your Agronomical Program with Wetting Agents
Selecting the correct wetting agent can do a lot to save you time and money plus improve your greens!
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Dollar Spot Management in the Fall
Depending on conditions, dollar spot can be an issue all season long for Superintendents. One of the most critical times to watch out for dollar spot is the fall. If dollar spot issues linger in the fall and are not addressed, problems will most certainly pop up in the spring. 
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multiple Spring Dead Spots on grass Bermudagrass Killer: Spring Dead Spot
Spring dead spot can ravage highly-managed bermudagrass. While we would like to think a singular management practice could entirely control it, this is not the case. Regular fungicide applications in conjunction with proper fertility and cultural practices will provide the best results for preventing spring dead spot.
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late summer turf recovery Late Summer Turf Recovery: Prepare and Execute
It’s that time of year again; time evaluate the turf conditions at your facility or property and prepare for late summer turf recovery and early fall renovation. Let’s review a few basic concepts to get a leg up on a busy fall.
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dead grass Soil Surfactant Rescue Applications with Precision Labs
Localized dry spot is prevalent this year. A good water management plan with soil surfactant applications can help. If a proactive program was not employed, rescue treatments can be effective, but understanding how products influence the behavior of water at the surface and in the soil will help give us more control over turfgrass conditions.
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bentgrass 5 Quick Tips for Stress-Free Bentgrass Putting Greens
We all know that turf diseases will attack the most stressed and least healthy grass on the putting green. With that in mind, here are 5 quick tips to reduce summer stress.
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Summer Stress Battle Summer Stress with Advanced Turf
As we charge forward into some of the toughest months for golf course management, DEFENSE becomes the name of the game. We offer some great options to help battle these harsh conditions.   WETTING AGENTS Flowable Wetting Agents During the stressful times of summer, wetting agents can ease your mind. They help hold water and […]
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aerial of brown patch study Grass Heals the Scars of Humanity
As we all find ways to navigate through life’s challenges there needs to be a sense of calm in our day to day lives.  A place we can relax and take comfort.  Where the senses can be revitalized and take a break. 
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seed Fall Seeding Tips: Maximizing Your Turfgrass Investments
From the home lawn to the biggest events under the brightest lights, getting grass seed to grow can seem frustratingly simple to unnecessarily complicated. From time to time, we interact with customers who experience turfgrass seed failure or simply do not see firsthand the experience they had hoped. We understand the frustration of our customers […]
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seeding problem during cool season The Best Time to Plant Cool-Season Grasses
So why am I so adamant on fall plantings of cool-season grass seed? There’s a whole bunch of reasons.
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Turf Merchants The Balance Between Production and Turf Quality
Cool-season turfgrass suppliers are continually looking to improve their product lines of proprietary varieties in order to bring the best genetics to their customers. Plant breeders are always developing new cool-season turfgrass varieties to improve upon a multitude of desirable turf characteristics. These turf traits range from wear tolerance, disease resistance, leaf texture, turf color, […]
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brown patch Brown Patch: Symptoms and Control
High humidity, along with high soil temperatures and high soil moisture, can lead to several different turfgrass diseases, including brown patch. Brown patch is very common, producing damage in the spring, summer, and fall. However, it is most active and severe in the summer. The good news about brown patch: it is a very treatable disease even in a curative situation.
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q&a Sting Nematode Control on Bermuda Putting Greens in the Southeast
Don't let sting nematodes damage your greens! Find out what you need to know about curative applications and preventive maintenance.
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nutsedge Yellow Nutsedge Q&A with Nufarm
We asked Aaron Hathaway, Nufarm Technical Services Manager, a few questions about yellow nutsedge. Learn when the weed begins to appear, how to identify it, what conditions create a perfect environment for it, challenges we face when trying to manage it, and how to effectively control it.
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spectrum technologies inc Advanced Turf Solutions Now Offers Soil Moisture and Compaction Measurement Products from Spectrum Technologies, Inc.
Advanced Turf Solutions is proud to carry Spectrum Technologies, Inc.’s line of affordable measurement technology for soil moisture and compaction.
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What You Need to Know About Summer Decline on Bentgrass and Bluegrass
During the summer months, a decline in turf quality and growth can be a significant problem on putting greens, affecting both bentgrass and bluegrass. Several stressors, both abiotic and biotic, can be attributed to it.
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