Golf Course Management

FEB 2016

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

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02.16 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 85 *AMVAC recommended snow mold control program includes TURFCIDE ® at 8 f. oz. and Concert ® II at 8.5 f. oz. © 2015 AMVAC Chemical Corporation. All rights reserved. AMVAC, TURFCIDE, the AMVAC and AEP logos are trademarks owned by AMVAC Chemical Corporation. Insignia and Trinity are registered trademarks of BASF. Concert II and Banner MAXX are trademarks of Syngenta Group Company. Interface and Triton are registered trademarks of Bayer Crop- Science LP. Always read and follow label directions. AV-2015-TURFCIDE100WS 98 Zero Competition In 13 feld trials, TURFCIDE ® , as part of AMVAC's recommended fairway snow mold control program, proved to be more effective at controlling snow mold than the competition. SEE THE DATA. Visit to learn more. Snow Mold Control (%) on Fairways Insignia ® / Trinity ® 79.2 Concert ® II / Banner ® Maxx ® II 85.9 Interface ® / Triton ® 91.1 Turfcide ® / Concert ® II 98.6 Percent Control Contact your AMVAC/AEP distributor or call AMVAC at 1-888-GO AMVAC (1-888-462-6822). Learn more at Geosynthetics Filshill says land stabilization on golf courses poses special chal - lenges because of the nature of the game. While landslides are dra- matic, erosion control and sediment control are much more common troubles, and Filshill says technological advances in stabilization can make all the difference for superintendents. "If you're a department of transportation or a city, (you) can pour a lot of concrete, create buttress walls, utilize steel sheeting and sheer - ing pins. But a golf course doesn't want to see a big, massive concrete wall down the middle of the fairway," Filshill says. "This is how geo - synthetics come into play to stop catastrophic slides and keep it green at the same time." Geosynthetics are a polymeric material, usually in sheet form, that are used in conjunction with soil as a replacement for traditional building materials. These reinforced plastic materials come in the form of geotextiles and geogrids.

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