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7 Habits of Poor Sports Turf Managers
7 Habits of Poor Sports Turf Managers - Articles Articles
This article will talk about 7 things that people do poorly in the turf business and will give you action steps to correct them. More
8 Steps to an Easy Field Facelift
8 Steps to an Easy Field Facelift - Articles Articles
Readers will learn 8 key agronomic steps to maintain safe fields throughout the year More
How to Repair and Restore Grass Destroyed by Insects
How to Repair and Restore Grass Destroyed by Insects - Articles Articles
Readers will learn do's and don'ts to restore grass destroyed on athletic fields by insects. More
How to Best Maintain Football Fields During and After the Season
How to Best Maintain Football Fields During and After the Season - Articles Articles
This article will give readers do's and don't to maintain football fields after the season More
How to Protect and Maintain Athletic Fields in the Heat of Summer
How to Protect and Maintain Athletic Fields in the Heat of Summer - Articles Articles
This article will give the reader do's and dont's to protect athletic fields in the heat of summer More
How to Ensure Your Soccer Field is Always In Its Best Condition
How to Ensure Your Soccer Field is Always In Its Best Condition - Articles Articles
This article will give the reader Do's and Don't to always ensure a soccer field is in its best condition. More
Best Management Practices for Bee Health
Best Management Practices for Bee Health - Articles Articles
The Horticultural Research Institute, the research foundation of AmericanHort, announces the release of Best Management Practices for Bee Health in the Horticultural Industry. More
Spurge infestation in relation to mowing height. Far left is mowed at 1 inch, middle at 1.75 inches, right at 2.5 inches. Photo: Dr. Pete Landschoot, Penn State
The Impact of Mowing on Weed Pressure - Articles Articles
Perhaps the single most important (and easiest) management tool to control weeds in turf is performing proper mowing practices. More
Nimbleweed actively growing in July
Nimblewill (Muhlenbergia schreberi) - Articles Articles
Nimblewill is a native warm season perennial grass. It is extremely common, especially in older lawns. More
Photo: The Dow Gardens Archive, Dow Gardens, Bugwood.org, showy forsythia, Forsythia x intermedia
Amines or Esters; Which Should You Use? - Articles Articles
As the forsythia comes into full bloom and dandelions show their beauty, one thing is certain; spring is upon us. More
How Much Soil Phosphorus is in Pennsylvania’s Lawns?
How Much Soil Phosphorus is in Pennsylvania’s Lawns? - Articles Articles

How Much Soil Phosphorus is in Pennsylvania’s Lawns?

Peter Landschoot, Ph.D., John Spargo

Indiscriminate use of phosphorus-containing fertilizer on runoff-prone turfgrass sites is thought to contribute to contamination of ground and surface water. More
Phytotoxicity from the insecticide Spirotetramat on geraniums. Photo: Thomas G. Ford
Off-label Applications of Pesticides and Phytotoxicity - Articles Articles
Extension professionals and pesticide industry representatives consistently reminded growers to read the pesticide label thoroughly and observe all precautions listed on the label. More
Evaluation of Playing Surface Characteristics of Various In-Filled Systems
Evaluation of Playing Surface Characteristics of Various In-Filled Systems - Articles Articles
Evaluation of playing surface characteristics of in-filled systems. More
Don’t Over Fertilize Your Lawn this Spring
Don’t Over Fertilize Your Lawn this Spring - Articles Articles
As spring temperatures warm up, many of us begin to think about yard work and greening up that dormant winter lawn. More
Managing and Maintaining the Perfect Baseball Field
Managing and Maintaining the Perfect Baseball Field - Articles Articles
To ensure that you maintain the best soil, greenest grass, and nicest looking outfield, follow these dos and don’ts. More
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