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Michelle DaCosta, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts: Winter prep: Maximizing cool-season turfgrass physiology and management for winter survival

Date:  Sep 26 2017
In this webinar, Michelle DaCosta, Ph.D., of the University of Massachusetts will focus on a practical overview of cool-season turfgrass physiology and management strategies as related to low temperature preconditioning and winter survival.

Topics for discussion will include the major causes for winter injury in northern climates, physiological mechanisms aiding in turfgrass freezing tolerance, as well how environmental conditions and management practices interact with turfgrass physiology to impact winter survival.

Attendees will gain a better understanding of best management practices to help minimize winter injury and promote turf recovery in the spring.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    

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