Best Management Practices for Turf

Date/Time: 
Jan 23 2018 - 4:15pm

Turfgrass, like anything other agronomic commodity, requires inputs, such as mowing, water, and fertility. In an age in which we seek to reduce inputs, but still maintain healthy stands of turf, we must understand how to use these inputs efficiently. We will discuss the BMPs for turfgrass in detail, outlining what has been found to be the most efficient use of our efforts, time, and money through research in turfgrass.
 

Session Track: 
Turf and Athletic Fields

Presenter

Michigan State University

Aaron finished a Masters degree in Plant, Soil, and Microbial Sciences at MSU in 2005. He has been working in turfgrass research for 18 years with concentrated efforts in cultural and chemical weed control.