Disease management, the latest on insect pest research, water management and career development are just a few of the topics tackled in TurfNet University Webinars during the past . . . 12 years. Yes, 12 years.
Since January 2008, TurfNet has been bringing golf course superintendents at least 20 educational Webinars per year. Some years, a few more. That’s more than 250 events in all.
Superintendents always are facing untimely and unexpected challenges, and we have always recognized that it is not always possible to plan weeks in advance for even a one-hour seminar. To that end, recordings of all of our Webinars have been available on our archives page from the start.
Sponsored by Grigg and BASF, TurfNet University recordings include our most recent production, What’s new in spring dead spot control, by recently retired Clemson turf pathologist Bruce Martin, Ph.D., from July 16.
Some other recent topics include
- Best management practices to control anthracnose by Bruce Clarke, Ph.D., of Rutgers University;
- SDHI chemistries . . . by Ed Nangle, Ph.D., of Ohio State ATI;
- Balancing work and family by Lisa and Mike Goatley, Ph.D.;
- How to work with a green committee by Bradley Klein, Ph.D.; and
- The ABCs of putting green maintenance, a four-part series by Mike Morris, CGCS at Crystal Downs Country Club and Thom Nikolai, Ph.D., of Michigan State.
Even if a break in an irrigation line, an impromptu meeting in the clubhouse or a sudden disease outbreak stands in the way of viewing a live webinar, the recordings are available for on-demand replay 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks a year.
Just like our live webinars, all recorded archives are free for everyone. TurfNet members should be logged in to their account and non-members should register for a free guest account to view them.