Golf Course Management

AUG 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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8 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 08.19 INSIGHTS RESEARCH 12 President's Message 14 Inside GCM 16 Front Nine 24 Photo Quiz 72 Verdure 73 Cutting Edge 74 What's the Big Idea? 76 Product News 78 Industry News 80 Climbing the Ladder 80 On Course 81 Coming Up 82 In the Field 83 On the Move 88 New Class A Members 88 Newly Certified 88 New Members 88 In Memoriam 96 Final Shot ETCETERA 08.19 Business KPIs for golf maintenance operations Michael D. Vogt, CGCS, CGIA 26 Environment Give up the goats Andrew Hartsock 28 Shop Handy fluid vacuum Scott R. Nesbitt 30 Products for alleviating irrigation salinity stress on bermudagrass turf Some programs can successfully alleviate symptoms of salinity stress and improve soil conditions. Marco Schiavon, Ph.D. James Baird, Ph.D. 6 0 Solubility of soil-applied iron Soil-applied iron can be an effective fertilizer for turf if chelated iron sources are used and the soil has the proper pH. Travis W. Shaddox, Ph.D. Hanzhuo Fu, Ph.D. David S. Gardner, Ph.D. Ryan M. Goss, Ph.D Elizabeth A. Guertal, Ph.D. William C. Kreuser, Ph.D. Grady L. Miller, Ph.D. Barry R. Stewart, Ph.D. Kaiyuan Tang, M.S. J. Bryan Unruh, Ph.D. 6 5 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 7 3

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