By Tom Samples, Ph.D.; John Sorochan, Ph.D., University of Tennessee Department of Plant Sciences | and Alan Windham, Ph.D., Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture
A summary of how water functions and flows within turfgrass, making recreational surfaces and the other functional, environmental and aesthetic benefits of turfgrass possible. Read More »
With Kyle McNerney | Founder and CEO of Smart Water Management, a subsidiary of Corbett, Inc.
Irrigation is essential because it is the only way to develop a healthy stand of mature turfgrass in full sun year after year. In New England our variable climate has consistently brought drought conditions every year, or every other year… Read More »
By Arthur Eddy, ASLA, LEED AP | CEO of RePlay Maintenance in East Greenwich, Rhode Island
Modern synthetic turf fields are highly engineered systems that are made up of several components. When working in unison, synthetic turf fields can create a safe, high performing athletic surface… Read More »
When a pesticide application is determined to be needed, as part of a comprehensive IPM program, all required precautions must be taken to minimize risk to people, as well as the environment, and to minimize the risk of pesticide resistance... Read More »
Almost every organization is facing unprecedented difficulty in recruiting and hiring employees today. Whether the hesitancy to return to work is due to elevated unemployment benefits, lack of vaccination adoption, inconsistent childcare, or family health concerns, the labor problem remains. Read More »