Golf Course Management

MAR 2019

Golf Course Management magazine is dedicated to advancing the golf course superintendent profession and helping GCSAA members achieve career success.

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10 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 03.19 INSIGHTS RESEARCH 14 President's Message 16 Inside GCM 18 Front Nine 28 Photo Quiz 84 Verdure 86 Up to Speed 88 Product News 90 Industry News 92 Climbing the Ladder 92 On Course 93 Coming Up 93 On the Move 94 In the Field 97 New Class A Members 97 New Members 99 In Memoriam 103 Final Shot ETCETERA 03.19 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 8 5 30 Turf Screening for natural weed suppression in fine fescues Jon M. Trappe, Ph.D. Dominic Petrella, Ph.D. Florence Sessoms, Ph.D. Eric Watkins, Ph.D. Advocacy Award-winning advocate's path started inauspiciously Michael Lee 32 Career Tell your story and win that next job! Part 1 of 2 Carol D. Rau, PHR 34 Cultivation reduces infestation of silvery-thread moss in a creeping bentgrass green Cultivation alone or in combination with judicious herbicide use can help reduce silvery-thread moss in golf course putting greens. Zane Raudenbush, Ph.D. Steven J. Keeley, Ph.D. 7 2 Surfactant effects on overwatering and underwatering and traffic stress of cool-season greens Surfactant treatments can improve turf quality and NDVI during water deficit, excessive water, and/or moderate to heavy foot traffic. Kevin Laskowski Kevin W. Frank, Ph.D. Emily B. Merewitz, Ph.D. 7 9

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