Turfgrass management practices such as cultivation, mowing and topdressing have a role in maintaining both a dense healthy turf cover and appropriate conditions for playing the game. These activities are part of the Best Management Practices (BMP) that all facilities are encouraged to create and maintain a manual form. To assist with this endeavor, GCSAA has developed a Planning Guide and on-line template. In this 60-minute webinar, John Foy will review Cultural BMP principles and practices (there are 12 BMP categories) that you may want to include in your facility manual. Foy will also discuss winter overseeding of warm-season turfgrasses along with BMPs for shade and tree management.
You attended this Live webinar on Aug. 13, 2019 and can return here to access the recording and/or handouts.
About the Instructor
John H. Foy retired from his post as the director of the USGA Green Section’s Southeast Region. He served for many years as an agronomist making more than 3,000 Course Consulting Service visits to golf courses across the country, writing turf related articles for various magazines as well as teaching at state and national conferences.
Foy earned his bachelor’s from the University of Georgia, graduating Cum Laude, and then earned his master’s in Plant Protection and Pest Management, Turfgrass Science.
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