Golf Course Management

AUG 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 08.14 INSIGHTS Is the grass really greener? Pigmented products provided inconsistent health benefit. Bert McCarty, Ph.D. A.W. Gore J.R. Gann Weed management options on golf course putting greens Significant weed infestations are not common on creeping bentgrass and hybrid bermudagrass putting greens, but when they are, help is available. J.T. Brosnan, Ph.D. G.K. Breeden, M.S. A.J. Patton, Ph.D. 8 6 RESEARCH 9 2 9 9 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 16 President's message 18 Inside GCM 20 Front nine 30 Photo quiz 84 Through the green 100 Verdure 102 Product news 106 Industry news 108 Climbing the ladder 108 On course 109 Coming up 109 New members 110 In the field 111 Newly certified 111 On the move 114 In memoriam 120 Final shot ETCETERA08.14 32 Turf Endophytes: The friendly fungi Garett Heineck 34 Shop Chain grinder: an essential tool Scott R. Nesbitt Advocacy Memo to GCSAA: The 'New Washington' is here to stay Bob Helland 36 Environment Winning the mosquito war with Bt Pamela C. Smith, CGCS 38 Water The A-List Teresa Carson 42 Tech Irrigation access on the go Bob Vaughey, CGCS 40

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