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What turfgrass takes from the soil

    

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guertal100.jpgGrass clippings when left in a fertilized medium like a golf course can be a source of fertilizer. However, collecting clippings is a common practice on golf courses.

In this TurfNet University Webinar Beth Guertal, Ph.D., of Auburn University discusses how harvesting clippings removes nutrients, and how that can affect fertility. register button.jpg

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