The year 2020 has been, to say the least, challenging. Many lives and industries have been put on various stages of hold since mid-March.
Golf courses, however, have been busy as people seek opportunities for outdoor recreation. In much of the country, summer weather conditions have presented a challenging growing environment for superintendents.
In this TurfNet University webinar, University of Tennessee turfgrass pathologist Brandon Horvath, Ph.D. discusses some of this year’s more common disease issues and what can be done to manage them.