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To join a webinar at the scheduled time, click the link in your confirmation or reminder emails. Or, go to www.joinwebinar.com and enter the webinar ID (provided in the confirmation email) and your email address. Either way, a small file will be downloaded to your computer. Click Yes or Always (or Trust on a Mac) if prompted to accept the download. You will automatically be connected to the webinar.

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TurfNet University live Webinar events are free for everyone. Access to most archived events is restricted to TurfNet members only. For more information about the benefits of TurfNet membership, click here. All Webinars begin at 1 p.m. eastern time unless otherwise noted.

Lester George, George Golf Design: Golf course design and sustainability for the future

Date:  Jun 14 2018
In this TurfNet Webinar, golf course architect Lester George of George Golf Design will discuss ways to apply architectural features of golf course design into routine and sustainable maintenance practices.

The discussion will focus on primary, secondary and out-of-play areas, and how much attention each should receive.

The presenter will provide current examples of golf course design features that can help superintendents reduce inputs and labor expenses.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    

Jim Brosnan, Ph.D., University of Tennessee: Weed management - in the summer of 2018

Date:  Jul 17 2018
Jim Brosnan, Ph.D., of the University of Tennessee will discuss summer weed control.

This fluid discussion will focus on real-time weed challenges on golf courses, the conditions under which they thrive and information on the latest control products and techniques based on the most current research available.

The discussion also will explore whether prolonged winter conditions in much of the eastern two-thirds of the country played a role in summer weed issues.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    

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