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Peter McCormick

By Peter McCormick

PGRs and Ball Roll - What You Thought You Knew

    11/29/2012 Frank S. Rossi, Ph.D., Cornell University

The old saying the greens never played as good as they did the day before they died illustrates how hard it can be for superintendents to maximize green speeds. There is no question that understanding the nature of putting green speed (ball roll distance) is vital for producing high quality surfaces without catastrophic failure. Dr. Rossi addresses some interesting aspects of growth, PGR use, rolling and chemical pesticide effects on ball roll distance in a way that might leave you questioning what you thought you knew.

Length: 1:34:00

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