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Bauer follows his passion for the game to Bluejack National Bauer follows his passion for the game to Bluejack National The course near Houston is the first Tiger Woods design in the United States. Portland latest to say "no" to neonicotinoids Portland latest to say "no" to neonicotinoids Oregon's largest city joined a growing list of municipalities to ban the use of neonicotinoid pesticides on city-owned land. GreenSight Agronomics adds Kaminski to staff GreenSight Agronomics adds Kaminski to staff Kaminski's experience with the implementation of new technology in the golf course industry will assist provider of drone-based turfgrass management technology. Tech support: Nominate your equipment manager for the Golden Wrench Tech support: Nominate your equipment manager for the Golden Wrench Since 2004, the Golden Wrench has been presented to the TurfNet Technician of the Year. Restrictions of 10-35 percent are coming in California Restrictions of 10-35 percent are coming in California State Water Resources Control Board opens public comment period for complying with pending historic drought restrictions. News and people briefs News and people briefs Judge upholds $12 million award for LidoChem, Army drafts Toro for maintenance duty, Rounds down nearly 3% in February, BioSafe names new research engineer, Hunter taps Wag... WeevilTrak updates make monitoring, control easier WeevilTrak updates make monitoring, control easier Additional offerings include a blog, more geographic research sites and a new chemical control weapon. Sharp Park, SF clear legal hurdle Sharp Park, SF clear legal hurdle U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejects suit that says the course is a threat to two protected wildlife species. H-2B program needs a fix H-2B program needs a fix The U.S. Department of Labor will continue processing visa applications until April 15, but what happens after that is anyone's guess. Top university course could be budget bailout Top university course could be budget bailout University of Wisconsin could solve a $300 million budget crisis by peddling its golf course.





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