The Greatest Show for Turf

Golf

It’s that time again. When colossal hordes of turf managers ascend somewhere, hopefully sunny and warm, during the coldest part of February for the annual Golf Industry Show. This year’s show host is the ever-hospitable, Orlando, Florida.

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New Year’s Turf Resolutions

GolfLandscape

A Better Year and Healthier Turf Start Now

The New Year brings about new challenges and new opportunities in the turf industry. And like a nice tee shot on Hole #1, it feels good to start the year off on the right foot. Whether you’re rebounding from a not-so-great year, or if you just want to improve on the success you’ve already had, we have some ideas on how to make 2017 a good one.

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LebanonTurf’s Two Top-Five Lists of 2016

GolfLandscape

Looking Back at Industry Trends and the Best from LebanonTurf

The year is coming to an end, and it’s been a good one. A great thing about this industry is that every year brings new opportunities, challenges and tools to help us all succeed in our turf management roles. No year is exactly the same as the one that came before it.

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Welcome to the “Off” Season?

Golf

It’s one of the most common myths regarding our entire profession; that superintendents and our staff have nothing to do in the “off” season. While nothing could be further from the truth, this misconception has been hanging around our clubs and courses since Old Tom walked the grounds of St. Andrews, I bet.

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Lulling Your Turf To Sleep For the Winter

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Dormant winter turf is like the human brain while you’re sleeping. It may be resting, but it’s still doing work. According to Scientific American, sleep “serves to reenergize the body’s cells, clear waste from the brain, and support learning and memory.” For turf, it’s pretty much the same thing.

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How to Make the Most of a Long Season

GolfLandscape

Finish Strong Before Winter Takes Hold Up North

For those up north and in the transition zone, the golf and general turf management season is winding down. When it doesn’t wind down as fast as you thought, that’s usually a good problem to have. Golf courses get more late-season patrons and lawn care operators get more mowing and treatment visits.

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Why Bees Might Be the Bees’ Knees

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The Benefits and Hazards of Bees on Your Property

In the public eye, bees are often viewed as pests, or even as full-blown villains. Allergies aside, some people think of them as a flying frustration while others are simply downright terrified of bees. But the truth is, bees are an essential part of the ecosystem. Without bees, we wouldn’t have hundreds of the crops we consume every day. In short, we need bees.

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Roughing It at the PGA Championship

Golf

With the golf world watching, Baltusrol relied on their tried-and-true LebanonTurf products

Championship golf courses are designed to punish even the smallest mistakes. Tall, thick rough is a classic way to strike fear into the hearts of even the world’s best golfers.

That’s what Baltusrol wanted to accomplish in preparation for the 2016 PGA Championship last month. Strike fear. With a PGA Championship title on the line, Director of Grounds Mark Kuhns knew he had to bring even more pressure to each tee shot. He and his staff found a solution.

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