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.
Mike Richardson, Ph.D., professor of horticulture at the University of Arkansas, ends the series with ways to diagnose shade stress on turf. He provides details of which turf can best handle shade and how to communicate with golfers when you may need to remove that favorite tree.
Part One of the Triple Trouble Series covers drainage and is led by Jim Murphy, Ph.D.
Part Two of the Triple Trouble Series covers air movement and is led by Bud White, CPAg.
Original presentation date: Apr. 8, 2015
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About the instructor
Mike Richardson, Ph.D., is professor of horticulture at the University of Arkansas. He earned a B.S. degree from Louisiana Tech University, an M.S. degree at Louisiana State University and his Ph.D. at the University of Georgia. Richardson’s research focuses on cultural practices that impact cool- and warm-season turfgrass production in the transition zone and he has been actively involved with research to screen and develop new turfgrass for a wide range of turfgrass environments. Richardson’s excellence in the turfgrass industry has been well-documented through the numerous awards he has received, including the John W. White Team Award for the Turfgrass Management Program at the University of Arkansas, the Researcher of the Year from Seed Research of Oregon and elected as a Fellow in the American Society of Agronomy. He has been a GCSAA faculty member since 2008, teaching seminars and the popular Dollars & Sense of a Foliar Fertilization program webcast.
Member price: Free
Nonmember price: $45