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- Turf triumphs: From Friday nights under the lights to World Cup, MSU research plays vital role
- MSU Turfgrass program to acquire low-temperature growth chamber for turf research
- Timing crabgrass pre-emergence applications: When is the correct time to apply crabgrass pre-emergence herbicides?
- Controlling annual bluegrass seedheads: Spray now or wait?: Growing degree-days have accumulated quickly, but it may not yet be time to apply plant growth regulators to control annual bluegrass seedheads on golf courses.
- Is an early spring a boom or bust for golf course turf?: Warm temperatures in February have resulted in golf courses opening in some areas of Michigan, but will this warmup cause turf problems?
- Ice on putting greens: Big deal or no deal?: Freeze-thaw cycles throughout this winter are creating short-term ice sheets on putting greens.
- Controlling broadleaf weeds in the lawn is best done in October: Fall is the ideal time for controlling broadleaf weeds such as ground ivy, dandelion and white clover.
- Tips for seeding lawns in September: September is the ideal time for seeding turfgrass in Michigan.
- Attend MSU’s Turf School short course in December: The MSU Turf School, held Dec. 12-16, 2016, is a week-long course designed to teach the basics of turfgrass science as well as the practical techniques of managing turfgrass.
- Turfgrass pests: Sod webworms, bluegrass billbugs and grubs on the horizon: Insect damage from sod webworms, bluegrass billbugs or grubs may be the reason some parts of your lawn didn’t green-up after recent rains.
- MSU Turfgrass Field Day takes place August 10: The MSU Turfgrass Field Day includes presentations and workshops covering golf, lawn and athletic field research.
- Helping your turf during dry and hot weather: Throughout much of Michigan, lawns are under stress from high temperatures and lack of rainfall.
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