Golf Course Management

SEP 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 09.14 INSIGHTS Tropical signalgrass control Although the old standards are no longer available for tropical signalgrass control in certain areas such as Florida, some newer products offer possible solutions. Bert McCarty, Ph.D. Alan Estes, M.S. Effects of dew removal on the incidence of Microdochium patch Rolling is far more effective than other forms of dew removal in re - ducing Microdochium patch. C. Mattox A. Kowalewski, Ph.D. B. McDonald, M.S. 8 0 RESEARCH 8 6 9 0 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 16 President's message 18 Inside GCM 20 Front nine 30 Photo quiz 78 Up to speed 92 Verdure 94 Product news 98 Industry news 102 Climbing the ladder 102 On course 103 Coming up 103 Newly certified 103 On the move 104 In the field 105 New members 112 Final shot ETCETERA09.14 34 Shop A place to call home Scott Hollister Advocacy Strength in numbers Chava McKeel Career Applying for a job in the digital age Carol D. Rau, PHR Environment Next-level maintenance Bunny Smith 36 40 38 32 Turf Seduced by metric units Micah Woods, Ph.D.

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