In work partially funded by the United States Golf Association, researchers compared the effects of hollow-tine core cultivation (HTCC) and verticutting on controlling pesticide runoff by simulating rainstorms at a test site at the University of Minnesota, and concluded that the HTCC practice is more effective at absorbing more runoff. Scientists from the United…
Splendor in the Grass
Following best practices for fairway mowing can not only improve golf course aesthetics and playability, but curb costs and save time as well.
Making Equipment A Course’s Best Friend
A new emphasis on long-range returns has caused superintendents to rethink criteria in the golf course equipment purchasing process.