From the Keystone Athletic Field Managers Organization | www.KAFMO.org
For Penn State researcher Evan Mascitti, soil mixtures for sports fields no longer need to be left to chance. “I’ve always been fascinated by how people use earth’s raw materials,” he says. Read More »
By Nathaniel Leiby (BS ’18, current MS AGRO candidate) and Max Schlossberg, PhD. | Penn State University Center for Turfgrass Science
Ammonia volatilization of foliarly-applied nitrogen (N) fertilizer from turfgrass is deleterious to both the environment and the original agronomic objective. Current BMPs mitigate some loss, but circumstances specific to putting green and fairway management often preclude their implementation. Read More »
By Michael Goatley, Jr., Ph.D. | Professor and Extension Turfgrass Specialist, School of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech
The 2020 Pandemic has certainly impacted the turfgrass industry and its effects will continue even as/after social distancing restrictions are relaxed and public activities on our sports fields and golf courses expand and/or return. Read More »
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