Golf Course Management

DEC 2013

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article index 2013 fertilizers that supply excess phosphorus when they are applied in quantities that supply suffcient nitrogen to turf? G.K. Stahnke, Ph.D.; E.D. Miltner, Ph.D.; C.G. Cogger, Ph.D.; R.A. Luchterhand; and R.E. Bembenek, August, p. 78. Turf Care Applications Relative resistance of creeping bentgrass cultivars to dollar spot and Typhula blight, Some cultivars show more resistance to fungal diseases. Should you renovate? Paul L. Koch, Ph.D., and James P. Kerns, Ph.D., January, p. 132. Weed control in spring-seeded hard and tall fescues, With appropriate herbicide use, tall fescue, but not hard fescue, can be established in spring with seed, Peter H. Dernoeden, Ph.D., and Steven J. McDonald, M.S., May, p. 98. they are not wanted, Jim Knight, Ph.D., April, p. 94. Operation Pollinator for Golf Courses, Naturalized areas on golf courses can boost declining populations of native pollinators by providing habitat in out-of-play areas, Emily Dobbs and Daniel Potter, Ph.D., April, p. 100. Coping with unwanted wildlife, Part II, To varying degrees, skunks, woodchucks, mice and swallows can all be nuisances on golf courses, but they can be controlled, Jim Knight, Ph.D., May, p. 90. The plight of the bees, Why are bees and other pollinators dying, and how can the golf industry safeguard bees and even augment their populations? Jonathan L. Larson, Daniel A. Potter, Ph.D., November, p. 85. Documenting your progress toward sustainability, These practical, science-based sustainability metrics can help you and your facility measure and communicate concrete progress toward reaching sustainability goals, Wendy Gelernter, Ph.D.; Larry Stowell, Ph.D.; and Micah Woods, Ph.D., December, p. 78. Management/Operations Operation Pollinator for Golf Courses, Naturalized areas on golf courses can boost declining populations of native pollinators by providing habitat in out-of-play areas, Emily Dobbs and Daniel Potter, Ph.D., April, p. 100. The Rules of Golf and the superintendent, A greater familiarity with the Rules of Golf can help superintendents better understand the game and make them more confdent in marking the course, Jack D. Fry, Ph.D., November, p. 80. Documenting your progress toward sustainability, These practical, science-based sustainability metrics can help you and your facility measure and communicate concrete progress toward reaching sustainability goals, Wendy Gelernter, Ph.D.; Larry Stowell, Ph.D.; and Micah Woods, Ph.D., December, p. 78. Pest Control Monitoring turfgrass insect pests: A step-by-step pictorial guide, Monitoring turf insect pests can decrease pesticide use and pest damage while reducing expenses, Diane E. Silcox, M.S.; Terri L. Billeisen, M.S.; and Rick L. Brandenburg, Ph.D., February, p. 90. Coping with unwanted wildlife, Part I, Raccoons, bats, snakes and woodpeckers can all make homes on the golf course — sometimes where they are not wanted, Jim Knight, Ph.D., April, p. 94. Coping with unwanted wildlife, Part II, To varying degrees, skunks, woodchucks, mice and swallows can all be nuisances on golf courses, but they can be controlled, Jim Knight, Ph.D., May, p. 90. Effect of pre-emergence herbicides on bermudagrass recovery from SDS, Be careful what you spray: Some pre-emergence herbicides may limit turf recovery and further weaken the turfgrass system, L.L. Beck, Ph.D.; T. Cooper; A.J. Hephner; C.M. Straw; and G.M. Henry, Ph.D., July, p. 80. New options for Poa annua control in bentgrass greens, The fght against annual bluegrass in creeping bentgrass continues with two new herbicides, Robert B. Cross; Bert McCarty, Ph.D.; and Alan G. Estes, July, p. 86. Foliar uptake of nitrogen on creeping bentgrass and bermudagrass greens, Creeping bentgrass and hybrid bermudagrass show similar uptake of foliar-applied nitrogen, Chris Stiegler, Ph.D.; Mike Richardson, Ph.D.; and Doug Karcher, Ph.D., August, p. 72. Plant Science Foliar uptake of nitrogen on creeping bentgrass and bermudagrass greens, Creeping bentgrass and hybrid bermudagrass show similar uptake of foliar-applied nitrogen, Chris Stiegler, Ph.D.; Mike Richardson, Ph.D.; and Doug Karcher, Ph.D., August, p. 72. Phosphorus availability in root zones as affected by fertilizer type, What are the effects of organic fertilizers that supply excess phosphorus when they are applied in quantities that supply suffcient nitrogen to turf? G.K. Stahnke, Ph.D.; E.D. Miltner, Ph.D.; C.G. Cogger, Ph.D.; R.A. Luchterhand; and R.E. Bembenek, August, p. 78. Phosphorus availability in root zones as affected by fertilizer type, What are the effects of organic Enhancing late-fall nitrogen on greens, Complement late-fall nitrogen with a plant growth regulator to improve December 2013 GCM 99

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