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Rude welcome Rude welcome Just days after being promoted, first-time head superintendent learns the hard way how to deal with mandatory water use restrictions. Turf Pride adds Spray Hound, tri-deck rotary and Trion lifts Turf Pride adds Spray Hound, tri-deck rotary and Trion lifts New lightweight walking boom has individual nozzle feed for uniform spray coverage. Toro names top student greenkeeper Toro names top student greenkeeper As the winner, Kevin O'Neill wins a six-week trip to the University of Massachusetts as well as a ticket to next year's Golf Industry Show in Texas. Grigg Bros., TurfNet present Turf Nutrition Week Grigg Bros., TurfNet present Turf Nutrition Week Scheduled for Sept. 30-Oct. 2, and presented by Grigg Brothers, Turf Nutrition Week is a series of three free Webinars by leading industry researchers will shed light on so... Summit centers on helping golf courses create zero waste Summit centers on helping golf courses create zero waste Topics aimed at maintenance operations include impact of electric maintenance fleet, developing economic impact programs through zero waste and on-course farming operations. Rounds played inch up in July, barely keep pace with weather Rounds played inch up in July, barely keep pace with weather July was the fifth straight month of overall favorable weather, but year-to-date rounds played still are down by more than 1 percent. Lebanon asks: Do you know where your nitrogen is? Lebanon asks: Do you know where your nitrogen is? The company's Pro line of products is formulated to reduce volatilization and deliver more nitrogen to where it is needed. Perfect marriage Perfect marriage Ohio Turfgrass Foundation and Ohio State's turf research department operate in the same building as one big, happy family. Bayer to help send 2 superintendents back to school Bayer to help send 2 superintendents back to school The Plant Health Scholarship is part of Healthy Turf, Healthy Tomorrow, a multi-faceted initiative to advance plant health research and education for the turf industry. Running on fumes Running on fumes Gasoline-powered engines converted to propane offer many a way to reduce emissions.





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