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  • Turf Management Intern
    The Club at Lac La Belle is a golf course rich with History established in 1896 that has recently undergone a full golf course renovation. The club is a semi-private operation that is open to the general public and that also caters to a dues paying membership. The 2022 season will be the third season […]
  • Seasonal Intern
    Facility Description: Driftwood Golf and Ranch Club is a new 18 hole private facility that is currently open for play on the front 9 while construction and grow in continues on the back 9. Priding itself in exceptional service and championship caliber conditions, Driftwood is seeking summer interns for the 2022 season to aid in […]
  • Horticulturalist Intern
    Interlachen Country Club (ICC) is accepting resumes for the position of Horticulturalist Intern. The Horticulturalist Intern, under the supervision of the golf course superintendent and horticulturist, collaborates on the design, installation, and maintenance of ornamental landscaping for the golf course and clubhouse properties. What you should know about us: Established in 1909, ICC is recognized […]
  • 2017 Toro Sand Pro 5040
    2017 Toro 5040 with approx 1028 hours! 3WD. Runs and operates very well. Currently being serviced. Comes with power steering, hydraulic front plow blade, mid and rear rakes. *CALL 512-296-0292 FOR EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE!
  • 2021 Ventrac 4500 Z
    I am selling my 2021 Ventrac 4500Z. It has the Kubota Gas engine with more HP than the Diesels. If you are going to use this for snow removal this would be perfect. It has all the upgrades you would need. (Upgrades are located in the picture with a list). This tractor comes with the […]
  • Golf Course Superintendent
    Pierce Community Golf Course is a beautiful 9-hole course located in Pierce, Nebraska. This course is located a few miles out of town in a country setting with a few bunkers on the course, trees, and a pond on Hole 4, this course is made for golfers of any skillset with a few challenges, too! […]
  • 2nd Assistant Superintendent
    Canterbury Golf Club is located on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio. The course was designed by Herbert Strong and opened in 1921. Since 1932, Canterbury has hosted 13 major championships including, the US Open, Sr. US Open, PGA Championship, Sr. PGA Championship, and the US Amateur. Canterbury is currently ranked #72 by Golfweek in […]
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  • Fungicides “Not Working”? – Not So Fast!
    Turf diseases are a change in structure and/or function of the plant caused by the continuous irritation of a pathogen that results in the production of symptoms. This is not … Continue Reading
  • Proposed Interim Registration Review Decision for Oxadiazon and Implications in Turfgrass Systems
    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released their Proposed Interim Registration Review Decision for Oxadiazon (Registration Review Case #2485) on August 3, 2021, which conta … Continue Reading
  • Fall Renovation: Agronomics (Part 2)
    With seed costs being significantly greater this fall, perhaps you are considering your renovation options. The first option you may be considering is to just not add seed whe … Continue Reading
  • Fall Renovation: Seed (Part 1)
    In case you have not yet purchased your seed (tall fescue, fine fescue, Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass) for fall renovation, let me tell you what to expect. First, sig … Continue Reading
  • Yelverton Named 2021 Crop Science Fellow
    July 27, 2021|Jennifer HowardNC State Extension Crop and Soil Sciences Specialist and professor of turfgrass weed science Fred Yelverton was named as a 2021 Crop Science Socie … Continue Reading
  • Dogs and Turfgrass
    There is a new publication discussing the interaction between dogs and turfgrass. To read or download, go to:Dogs and Turfgrass Interactions
  • Online Registration for Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Field Day
    Join us Wednesday, August 11th for the in-person, 2021 Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Field Day at the Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Research Lab in Raleigh, NC.The annual Turfgrass Field Da … Continue Reading
  • Turfgrass Field Day – Live
    2021 Turfgrass Field Day at NC State University Turfgrass Field Lab will be Wednesday, August 11. Come join the Turfgrass Work Group for the annual event, in-person. Pre-regis … Continue Reading
  • Now Available: Key to Turfgrass Insect Damage
    Insect damage in turfgrass can be difficult to diagnose as many insects cause similar types of nondescript damage (think: yellowing or browning irregular patches). Click to ac … Continue Reading
  • Bermudagrass Athletic Field Maintenance Calendar
    Revised Bermudagrass Athletic Field Maintenance Calendar is now online. The link can be found below.
RSS Spring Green Feed
  • How To Care For Your Holiday Poinsettias
    Over 34 million poinsettias are sold each year making it the highest-selling flowering plant in the United States accounting for upwards of $144 million in revenue. For the curious out there, Easter Lilies are in a distant second place with $22 million dollars in sales. Let’s face it—the holidays just aren’t the same without these […]
  • How to Protect Your Home from Insects This Winter
    Check out our list that outlines everything you need to know to stay bug-free this winter. The post How to Protect Your Home from Insects This Winter appeared first on Spring Green.
  • Fall Maintenance: Winterizing Your Lawn and Landscape
    As fall gradually gives way to winter, it’s time to focus on winterizing your lawn and landscape. Properly winterizing your lawn and equipment is essential for long-lasting tools and a greener, fuller yard next year. Follow these six steps before the winter hits to extend the life and efficiency of your lawn equipment, better prepare […]
  • Fall Pruning Tips: How and When to Prune Trees
      Keeping up with your yard work on a yearly basis is key to a beautiful lawn and landscape. And knowing when to perform those tasks is even more essential to the health of your yard. One task that homeowners need to perform annually is pruning trees. Pruning trees not only improves plant health and […]
  • The Only Fall Lawn Care Checklist You’ll Need
    When summer comes to a screeching halt, you’ll need to know how to care for your lawn this fall. Spring-Green, with decades of lawn expertise under their belt, put together the only fall Lawn care checklist you need. Why is Fall Lawn Care so important? That’s a common question homeowners ask us here at Spring-Green. […]
  • Fall Core Aeration and Seeding Tips
    The season of pumpkin spice lattes and long sleeves is almost here. Yes, it’s almost fall. Your lawn has dealt with a hot summer that brought conditions that are often stressful. The good news is that cooler fall weather can create an optimal growing scenario for your lawn—if you follow these best practices for fall […]
  • How To Tell If Your Summer Lawn is dehydrated (and what to do about it).
    In the heat of the summer, your lawn can suffer from dehydration under the sun’s oppressive glare. Not every brown spot, however, is dehydration. Knowing when your lawn is truly suffering from a lack of hydration and how to address the issue when it rears its ugly head is the challenge for many homeowners during the […]
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  • Australia's Native Wildlife in Grip of Unprecedented Attack
    A new report, Fighting Plagues and Predators: Australia’s Path to a Pest and Weed-Free Future (PDF | 12 MB), reveals the environment is facing a "sliding doors" moment, with two possible futures for Australia, depending on the decisions made today. It highlights a looming wave of new extinctions and outlines two futures for Australia, one […]
  • Tracking and Fighting a Tree Killer
    Potatoes and oak trees don’t have a lot in common, but there is one thing, and it isn’t good – a fungal-like plant pathogen in the genus Phytophthora. One of the many invasive pathogens contained in this genus, P. infestans, was responsible for the Irish potato famine. Since the mid-1990s, though, Phytophthora has been attacking […]
  • Natural Enemy of Invasive, Berry-Eating Fly Found in U.S.
    A parasitoid wasp that is the natural enemy of a fly known as the spotted-wing drosophila could be a good friend to growers. Washington State University researchers recently confirmed the discovery of the potentially beneficial wasp in the United States for the first time. The drosophila flies cause major damage to several Washington crops, especially […]
  • NIFA Invests Nearly $11M to Combat and Prevent Ciitrus Greening Disease
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) announced today an investment of nearly $11 million for research to combat Huanglongbing (HLB), commonly known as citrus greening disease. HLB, caused by an insect bacterium, is the most severe threat to global citrus production.
  • APHIS Deploys a High-Tech Tool to Keep Ralstonia Out of the United States
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has deployed a new, high-tech tool to help protect U.S. nursery and specialty crop growers from a disease-causing microbe called Ralstonia solanacearum. APHIS' Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) program is now using molecular diagnostics (MDx) at its plant inspection stations to rapidly detect […]
  • Pennsylvania Phasing in Ban of Invasive Japanese Barberry
    The PA Department of Agriculture added Japanese Barberry, or Berberis thunbergii, to a list of noxious weeds — plants that cannot be legally sold or cultivated in the state. The popular, non-native, ornamental shrub forms dense, prickly thickets that crowd out plants and disrupt native ecosystems. It is also thought to harbor black-legged ticks that […]
  • Mitigating the Growth of Toadflax: A CABI Interview
    Native to Europe, Yellow toadflax and Dalmatian toadflax can typically be found on roadsides, grasslands and in crop fields. Like many other weeds, toadflaxes have been introduced to North America as decorative plants but they are now having adverse effects. Whilst these weeds may look pretty and provide decorative appeal, they soon escape cultivation and […]