We have extended the registration deadline for those of you interested in attending the School of Tur
University of Minnesota Extension is seeking feedback from members of the public to help direct future lawn care and turfgrass education programs. Take a brief (10-15 minute) survey and be entered into a drawing for three chances to win an iPad Mini. Drawings will be held on January 31st, February 28th, and March 31st 2013.
I received an email from a local golf course today regarding surface conditions of their greens under the most recent snowfall (16 inches, 12/9/12) and rainfall (0.42 inches, 12/15/12). With the warmer temperatures and rainfall, the current snow depth has dropped down to 4-5 inches. The concern right now would be the possible buildup of ice on the greens surface at such an early date. Luckil
For those of you interested in attending the School of Turfgrass Management from January 30th to February 1st, 2013, please complete the registration form below. All questions regarding format, registration, and payment can be directed to: email@example.com. Be sure to sign up fast, as there are a limited number of seats available.
There’s no question that the fall drought has taken a major toll on many of the turfed landscapes in Minnesota. If you failed to maintain turf health through supplemental watering from August to October, you most likely have yet to make a damage assessment of your lawn. During the summer months we talk a lot about letting our lawns go dormant during a drought and waiting for rain to replenish
I’ve received many questions from homeowners recently regarding fall seeding options if they’ve missed the optimal seeding window from mid-August to mid-September. If you’ve missed that window, but you still want to conduct seeding practices this fall, my recommendation is to wait until November to seed. This practice is called “dormant seeding” and is certainly an effective way to introduce
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Hot July, Dry August