Spanish Greenkeepers Meeting – Sevilla, Spain – Nov. 29, 2018

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On November 29, 2019, a seminar was presented to the Spanish Greenkeepers Association on the potential conversion of putting greens from creeping bentgrass to ultradwarf bermudagrass. In addition, the seminar included how to maximize cultural practices to minimize pesticide use. The material from this seminar came from multiple sources including, but not limited to Dr. Jim Kerns, Dr. Bert McCarty, and Dr. Grady Miller. Many thanks to these turfgrass researchers. This allows us to help golf course superintendents around the globe meet the many challenges they face.

Here is a link to the seminar presentation:

Maximizing Turfgrass Cultural Practices to Minimize Pesticide Use

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Fred Yelverton, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Fred YelvertonExtension Specialist (Turfgrass / Forage Crop Weed Mgt) Call Dr. Fred Email Dr. Fred Crop & Soil Sciences
NC State Extension, NC State University
Posted on Dec 12, 2018
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