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It's easy. Register for the event by clicking the Register button (TurfNet members must be logged in to see it). You will be sent a confirmation email with a webinar ID code, along with reminder emails 24 hours and one hour before the scheduled event.

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.

What equipment do I need?
  • Windows or Mac computer, tablet or smartphone
  • Internet connection (broadband is best)
  • On an iPad, iPhone or Android device, get the free GoToMeeting app from the App Store or Google Play
  • WiFi connection recommended to use VoIP.

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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.

Dennis Hurley and Zach Boudreaux, Turf Drainage Co. of America: Master drainage plans

Date:  Nov 07 2017
Every successful drainage project begins with a plan. Dennis Hurley, president of Turf Drainage Co. of America, has prepared hundreds of drainage plans for golf courses throughout the country.

In this TurfNet University Webinar, Hurley and design associate Zach Boudreaux will discuss the benefits of a drainage plan, how one is prepared and how superintendents can implement them when they are completed.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    

Lindsey Purcell, Purdue University: Diagnostics: You get what you test for

Date:  Nov 09 2017
What is wrong with that tree, or with that plant? Are you able to make a truly informed decision just by looking?

Like turfgrass, trees and woody and ornamental plants are subject to a host of issues that require more than just passing the eye test.

In this TurfNet University Webinar, Lindsey Purcell, an urban forestry specialist at Purdue University, will discuss differential diagnostic techniques for plants in the landscape. He also will discuss how to properly test for problematic issues before determining a solution.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    

Doug Linde, Ph.D., Delaware Valley University: Monitoring and managing organic matter in putting greens

Date:  Nov 15 2017
Too much organic matter can result in a host of problems in putting greens.

Some of those problems include soft, bumpy and slow greens, deep ballmarks, low soil oxygen, poor rooting, high moisture retention and increased pest and disease activity.

In this TurfNet University Webinar, Doug Linde, Ph.D., of Delaware Valley University uses his recent research on putting green organic matter as a basis to discuss what’s new in organic matter monitoring and management.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    

Anthony Williams, CGCS, Four Seasons Resort, Irving, Texas: Jumpstarting your career in 2018

Date:  Dec 21 2017

In this TurfNet University Webinar, Anthony Williams, CGCS, of the Four Seasons in Irving, Texas, will discuss how setting career goals for 2018 and beyond and working to attain them can help ensure career longevity.

His presentation will include how to establish realistic standards and how to go about working toward achieving them.

He also will talk about how to market yourself, from self-promotion and public relations strategies in your current position and resume-writing and other career advice tips designed to help you realize your next opportunity.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    

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