Golf Course Management

JUL 2014

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

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12 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 07.14 INSIGHTS Improving drought performance of creeping bentgrass Sequential application of a plant growth regulator and glycine betaine, an osmoregulant, could help manage cool-season turf in prolonged periods of drought stress. Bingru Huang, Ph.D. Patrick Burgess A new nematicide for turfgrass A byproduct of sugar processing has shown some efficacy as a nematicide in turfgrass. William T. Crow, Ph.D. 8 0 RESEARCH 8 4 8 9 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 16 President's message 18 Inside GCM 20 Front nine 30 Photo quiz 78 Up to speed 90 Verdure 92 Product news 96 Industry news 102 Climbing the ladder 102 On course 103 Coming up 104 New members 104 In the field 105 Newly certified 105 On the move 108 In memoriam 112 Final shot ETCETERA07.14 32 Turf Roundup Ready returns to turf Garett Heineck 34 Shop This and that in the shop Scott R. Nesbitt Advocacy Wanted: GCSAA Grassroots Ambassadors Chava McKeel 36 Environment Clean and green Bunny Smith 38 Career Don't let body language hijack your message Carol D. Rau, PHR 40 010-015_July14_TOC.indd 12 6/17/14 2:38 PM

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