Turf

turf - sod- grass

Rx for Turf

When diagnosing turf for possible renovation, you need to recognize the difference between renovation and re-establishment. Renovation usually involves...

Read More...

Taking the sting out 

If sting nematodes (Belonolaimus longicaudatus Rau) are a problem in your turf, you may already have relief on site. Researchers at Auburn University...

Making Amends 

Many green-industry textbooks describe an ideal growing media as having the following volumetric proportions: 50 percent solids, 25 percent air-filled...

Rx for Turf 

When diagnosing turf for possible renovation, you need to recognize the difference between renovation and re-establishment. Renovation usually involves...

Teaming Up for Renovation 

When a top college football team swarms onto the field at a freshly renovated stadium, there is one feature every fan sees and appreciates: the turf....

Putting the Numbers to PGRs 

Plant growth regulators (PGRs) can help you stay on track with substantial savings in your property management programs...

Standing Tall 

Tall fescue is a cool-season perennial grass that has gained popularity with homeowners in some regions of the United States due to its year-round color and relatively good heat tolerance....

Keeping an Eye on Nitrogen 

The almost automatic response to the sight of stressed turf is to apply nitrogen. But sometimes this is exactly the worst thing that you can do....

Buyers' Guide

Buyers' Guide Find products and services in your area.

Search Now!

Interactive Products

Equipment Blue Book

Used Equipment Valuation Guide

Riding mowers, lawn tractors, snow throwers, golf carts

Careers

Grounds Maintenance Jobs

search our jobs database, upload your resume