Golf Course Management

MAR 2015

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 03.15 INSIGHTS Petroleum diesel and biodiesel spills affect fairways differently The effects of petroleum diesel and two types of biodiesel were tested on three turfgrass genera in Arkansas. Donald M. Johnson, Ph.D. Don W. Edgar, Ph.D. Douglas E. Karcher, Ph.D. Michael D. Richardson, Ph.D. John H. McCalla, M.S. 8 4 RESEARCH Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 9 9 16 President's message 18 Inside GCM 20 Front nine 30 Photo quiz 82 Up to speed 98 Verdure 100 Product news 102 Industry news 106 Climbing the ladder 106 On course 107 Coming up 107 On the move 108 In the field 115 New members 116 In memoriam 120 Final shot ETCETERA03.15 34 Shop Saving cranks and other shafts Scott R. Nesbitt Advocacy Reaching far and wide Chava McKeel Career References: Make them count Carol D. Rau, PHR Environment Racing against resistance w i d e 36 e 40 38 32 Turf Low-input vs. traditional turfgrass: Runoff quantity and quality Pamela Rice, Ph.D. Brian Horgan, Ph.D. USGA research reports Reports of USGA-funded research related to golf course management. 9 0

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