Researchers are striving to better understand the bacteria, fungi, and nematodes on golf courses: asking what they do and what superintendents can do to leverage this community for healthier turf. In this 20-minute webinar, Elisha Allan-Perkins, Ph.D., gives an overview of the roles bacteria, fungi, and nematodes play beneath the surface on golf courses. She covers the current understanding of how management changes (and doesn’t change) these communities.
Original recording date: March 2020 Education points: 0.04
About the Instructor
Elisha Allan-Perkins, Ph.D., earned her Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in plant biology, studying microbial communities of cool-season turfgrass on golf courses and athletic fields.
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