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April Superintendents blog

Usually I start out my April blog by saying, “Welcome to spring.” Unfortunately, this spring the groundhog was completely wrong. Not only have we gotten six more weeks of winter, but we’ve added a few more. Even though the cold weather has persisted we have continued to conduct our spring cultural Read More

March 2018 Supers Blog

March 2018   My focus this month will be on why we aerate greens and why we have frost delays. Both of these are important subjects that I get questioned about frequently and I hope the information that I’m providing in this month’s blog will enlighten everyone as to why we make the decisions Read More

Great article from Genesis Turfgrass

  Rain, More Rain and Weeds Peter H. Dernoeden, Ph. D.   Throughout July we experienced timely rain on a weekly basis in most areas. During the first two weeks of August, we experienced numerous heavy rains (≥ 1.0”; some cells delivering > 4.0’ in some areas) and Read More

June Super's Blog

Dear Guests, Summer is definitely on its way and so far so good for the golf course. We experienced many rainy days in May. Though things were very wet at times, it did help some seedlings mature. Temperatures were moderate in May, which is a plus at this time of the year, but I feel that will all Read More

May Super's Blog

April showers usually bring May flowers, but so far May has mostly brought rain. As everyone knows a superintendent loves rain and it has been a benefit to the course, but tis the season and we’re anticipating everything back to normal after the rain. The growing season is finally here after a Read More

April 2016 Super's Blog

April 2016 Blog   Welcome to Spring 2016. Greens aeration is complete and healing, the course is greening up and the weather is turning for the better. It’s time to dust off the clubs and get back to the course. For those guests who take care of their own lawns it’s time to apply your goose Read More

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