The Golf Industry Show went virtual this year, having to cancel its original plans of meeting in Las Vegas. Although we’re betting people missed the regular in-person format, the event still continued its tradition of providing lots of education, innovation, and fun. But, if you weren’t able to “attend”, don’t worry. We’ve got all the highlights for you right here.Continue reading
LebanonTurf, an industry-leading provider of innovative and high-performance plant nutrition for the golf and landscaping industries, has announced the winner of their annual “Dog of the Year” contest. After tallying the votes from this year’s Golf Industry Show, the winning dog is Floki, a 9-month-old border collie/mini poodle mix and the golf course dog at Scarboro Golf & Country Club in Toronto, Ontario.Continue reading
Everyone loves a comeback story and there’s a simple reason why…we see ourselves in them – our resolve, our grit, our hope; because sooner or later we all hit the skids. It happens to everyone. At some point, we all wind up with our back against the wall and it’s at that exact moment a spotlight lands on our lives and shows us the way to a meaningful “second act”. That’s precisely where the golf industry was sitting early in 2020.Continue reading
Goosegrass used to be a weed that only impacted southern and transitional regions in the country. If you had warm-season turf, you knew you were going to have to manage for this troublesome, persistent weed. But if you had cool-season turf, goosegrass was only a horror story you heard about…until recently at least. Over the past few growing seasons, the presence of goosegrass has been identified well into the Mid-Atlantic states and throughout the Midwest.Continue reading
LebanonTurf announced its 2020 Emerald Isle Solutions campaign grand-prize winner, an Air Force Agronomist from Texas.Continue reading
Since 1947, LebanonTurf has been a leader in the turf and ornamental industry—providing landscapers with high-quality products that help deliver superior results and satisfied customers. The advanced formulas we’ve been producing for over 70 years have given generations of professional landscapers and their customers the best-maintained lawns, flowers, trees, and shrubs on the block.Continue reading
At LebanonTurf, we’ve been serving the golf course industry for over 70 years by providing superintendents with the highest quality, value-added products that help deliver superior playing conditions for your course members and guests. Since 1947, we’ve been the leader in golf course maintenance fertilizer products that generations of superintendents have trusted on their courses with the dependable brands of Country Club and Emerald Isle Solutions. It’s no secret that the challenge of consistently delivering fast and firm putting greens is never an easy task. That’s why in 2021, we’ve introduced several new products to help superintendents achieve their golf course maintenance goals.Continue reading
Crisp, cool air, autumn-colored leaves, and in some regions, the chances of early snowfall—fall is not around the corner anymore. It’s here. And that means it’s time to put turf to bed for the winter; of course, we are talking about late fall fertilization and proper dormancy.Continue reading
If there’s one thing all landscapers can agree on, it’s that there will always be work to do when it comes to keeping turf healthy and thriving year after year. A lot of this comes down to things we talk about often—as they are not one-off problems, they are routine maintenance. As we head into the fall season, here are some common issues to keep top of mind before next summer.Continue reading
If you’ve been in the turf industry for any amount of time, you’ve heard the word aerification more than once. If you are a golf course superintendent, you are familiar with the practice as a part of your turf management program. This short-term disruption leaves courses with long-term benefits— including stronger, healthier turf and optimum playing conditions.
We’ve narrowed the long list of benefits that come with aeration down to the three most vital: reduced soil compaction, increased thatch control, and enhanced fertilization.Continue reading
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