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Low Input Science At Work In The Lab

Randy Wilson


As promised, Mark Hoban hosts this inside look at a research lab, with Dr. Mussie Habteselassie, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Soil Microbiology at the University of Georgia Griffin Experiment Station campus.

Dr. Habteselassie, while conducting an experiment dealing with Trichoderma Atroviride and its use in controlling certain turf pathogens, shows us one method for counting fungi in soils.

While this film deviates from our typical offering and feels more like a college class in soil science . . . well, that's because it is.  So take a few minutes and learn about how Low Input soil strategies are being tested for actual scientific data.  If you complete this film, award yourself several hundred CEUs toward a Mystic Order of Greenkeeper AAA rating.


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