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Winter preparation for warm-season turfgrass


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kerns100.jpgDespite advancements in warm-season turfgrasses, winter damage still is a concern throughout the South and the transition zone.

In this TurfNet University Webinar, Jim Kerns, Ph.D., of North Carolina State University will discuss low temperature stress, including snow and ice, and management strategies to promote acclimation to cold weather conditions.

The presenter will include information on cultural practices and how they can influence dormancy and how to promote recovery and spring green-up. register button.jpg

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