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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.

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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.

Frank S. Rossi, Ph.D., Cornell University: Frank S. Rossi: Learning from Past Problems and Mistakes

Date:  Jan 26 2017
In this TurfNet University Webinar, Frank S. Rossi, Ph.D., of Cornell University will look back at the 2016 growing season for clues that can help superintendents this year and beyond.

Dr. Rossi will explore various biotic and abiotic stresses that were prevalent last summer and how they might be exacerbated by current popular agronomic and cultural practices. The presentation also will include advice on alternative strategies to alleviate the effects of these stress factors moving forward.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    

Trey Rogers, Ph.D., Michigan State University: Putting Green Construction and Management... the Michigan State Way

Date:  Feb 15 2017
In this TurfNet University Webinar, Trey Rogers, Ph.D., of Michigan State University will discuss how a variable-depth rootzone can increase soil-moisture retention in an undulating putting green when compared with a green constructed to standard USGA specifications.

The presentation also will include information on use of coarse sand topdressing for helping to create and maintain larger pores in the soil to promote movement of air and water through the profile.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    

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