There are 3 chronic issues in turfgrass management:
- Air movement
In this series of one-hour webinars, the agronomic symptoms from each are examined. Our experts provide background on the challenge and offer solutions to help mitigate the issue at your golf course.
Jim Murphy, Ph.D., extension specialist in turfgrass management Rutgers University, addresses drainage and its impacts. He provides ideas to help you uncover what exists now at your facility and options that might work better under various features.
Part Two of the Triple Trouble Series covers air movement and is led by Bud White, CPAg.
Part Three of the Triple Trouble Series covers shade and is led by Mike Richardson, Ph.D.
Original presentation date: Mar. 25, 2015
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About the instructor
James A Murphy, Ph.D., is an extension specialist in turfgrass management Rutgers University. He earned his B.S. at Western Illinois University and M.S. and Ph.D. at Michigan State University. Murphy’s research interests include understanding and improving the stress tolerance and persistence of turf particularly as related to the cultural management practices. Murphy serves as the Rutgers University liaison to both the New Jersey Turfgrass Association and the GCSA of New Jersey. His excellence in the turfgrass industry has been well-documented through the many awards he has received, including the Hall of Fame Award from the New Jersey Turfgrass Association, the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Team Research/Outreach Award, and the Seed Research of Oregon, Inc. Excellence in Research Award. He has been a GCSAA faculty member since the mid-1990s, teaching seminars and the BMPs for the Control of Anthracnose webinar with Bruce Clarke, Ph.D.
Member price: Free
Nonmember price: $45