By Tom Layman | Reproduced from The Harvard Gazette, November 14, 2018
NESTMA member David Mellor might have had the most important job before the 135th playing of The Game on Saturday afternoon, November 17, 2018, but he wasn’t found on a roster of Harvard or Yale. Read More »
By G.L. Maxey, Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture, with support from V.H. Wallace, Department of Extension and J.J. Henderson | Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture, University of Connecticut, Storrs
Heavily used athletic fields receive intense traffic that can lead to increased soil surface compaction and reduced turfgrass density (Brosnan et al., 2014; Carrow and Petrovic, 1992). Preventing turfgrass cover loss on athletic fields is important to mitigating the risk... Read More »
Turfgrass and Sports Field Manager | University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
Q: When did you first get involved with NESTMA? A: After graduating and earning a job at the University of Rhode Island 11 years ago, I joined NESTMA and STMA. Since 2013, I have been part of the NESTMA board... Read More »
A Message from NERTF | New England Regional Turfgrass Foundation
Since 1998, the New England Regional Turfgrass Conference and show events have opened on Mondays and have concluded on Thursdays. When things first began, we thought a four-day program was just what the industry needed. Read More »
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