By Ben McGraw, Ph.D. | Associate Professor of Turfgrass Science
A global pandemic, work restrictions, severe drought… and massive swarms of insects? As if the challenges in 2020 were not apocalyptic enough, many turfgrass managers from Ohio to the Canadian Maritime provinces observed hordes of European crane fly (ECF) emerging... Read More »
By David R. Huff, Professor of Turfgrass Breeding and Genetics, Penn State • Matthew Sheltra, Ph.D. Graduate Student in Plant Biology, Penn State • Christopher Benson, Ph.D. Graduate Student in Plant Biology, Penn State |
In order to advance the science of plant breeding in genetically complex crops, the Penn State turfgrass breeding program has recently been awarded a grant from the USDA-NIFA Specialty Crops Research Initiative to collaborate with an international group of plant... Read More »
By Nathaniel Leiby (BS ’18, current MS AGRO candidate) | and Max Schlossberg, PhD., Penn State University Center for Turfgrass Science
Relative to current ‘programmatic’ and/or soil test driven ‘responsive’ fertilization approaches, withholding P fertilizer from creeping bentgrass putting greens until emergence of visual P deficiency symptoms may prove both an environmentally responsible and agronomically effective practice. Read More »
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