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  • Seasonal Intern 2021
    Cornerstone Golf Club, Montrose, CO Student Intern Posting: Cornerstone Golf Club is a Greg Norman Design, private/resort club, located at an elevation of 9000ft near Montrose Colorado. At it's opening in 2008, Cornerstone was rated #1 "Best New Private Club" by Golf Magazine and #2 "Best New Private Club" by Golfweek. Now under new ownership, […]
  • Assistant Superintendent
    County owned, 18 hole golf course with pool designed by Hal Purdy. Warrenbrook is one of five golf courses owned by Somerset County Parks Commission
  • Golf Course Maintenance Intern
    Golf Course Maintenance Intern The City of Mason City is seeking an individual for a summer Golf Course Maintenance Internship. Mason City is a progressive community of 28,000 people, located halfway between Minneapolis and Des Moines along the Avenue of the Saints Corridor. Highland Park Golf Course is a municipal golf course operated by the […]
  • Summer Internship
    Charles River Country Club is a Donald Ross designed 18 hole championship golf course located 5 miles west of Boston. The club has hosted several prestigous amateur and professional tournaments. In 2003 the club hosted the USGA Mens State Championship, in 2006 we hosted the Massachusetts Open, 2013 we hosted the qualifying rounds for the […]
  • Lawn Care Technician
    Lawn Management has established a reputation as the premier Lawn Company in the Boston area. For 32 Years of we have established our niche as the go as professional problem solvers that offer solutions that work. We are looking for professionals who would like to grow their career as Lawn and Plant care Professionals. This […]
  • Assistant Superintendent
    Pelican Lakes Golf Club is looking for an Assistant Superintendent. Pelican Lakes Golf Club is a 27 hole golf facility in Windsor Co. We are looking for a hard working self motivated individual with turf knowledge. Duties include but not limited to: Supervising the work of seasonal grounds maintenance employees. Assist with irrigation and water […]
  • Lawn Care Crew Supervisor
    Lawn Care Crew Supervisor Teed & Brown Inc. Lawn Care for Your Life! Teed & Brown Inc. is looking for a highly motivated leader to serve as a pivotal role in helping to forge the establishment and growth of our Bethel and Norwalk, Ct. locations. This individual will ideally come with any amount of turf […]
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  • Center Update: Ground Pearl Control
    Evaluation Pesticide Applications to Ground Pearls ( Margarodes spp.)  in Centipedegrass PI: Matthew Martin Introduction The ground pearl (Margarodes spp.), is a subterrane … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Fraise Mowing Turfgrass Surfaces
    Fraise Mowing Bermudagrass Surfaces: Effects and Recovery PI: Grady Miller; Student: Ray McCauley Introduction Fraise mowing (fraze/fraise mowing) is a cultural practice that … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: High School to NC State Turfgrass Program
    Creative Pathways to Engaging High School Students to Study Turfgrass Science PIs: Lori Unruh Snyder and Dr. Richard J. Cooper Introduction Turfgrass Science is a unique area … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Pythium Root Rot
    Biology and Management of Pythium Root Rot in Golf Course Putting Greens PI: Jim  Kerns; Student: Halle Hampy Introduction Creeping bentgrass, annual bluegrass and hybrid ber … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Testing Drought Tolerance
    Evaluation Of Drought-Tolerant Warm-Season Turfgrass Response To Water-Saving Irrigation Scheduling Methods PI: Chadi Sayde; Student: Ryan Ackett Introduction With increased u … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Nitrogen Emissions From Turfgrass
    Characterization Of Reactive Nitrogen Compounds (Ammonia, Oxides Of Nitrogen, And Nitrous Oxide) From Turfgrass: Their Emissions And Emission Factors Development PIs: Viney P. … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Fungicide Efficacy and Fate
    Effect of Management Practices On Fungicide Efficacy and Fate In Turfgrass Systems PI: Travis Gannon; Student: Daniel Freund INTRODUCTION On bentgrass putting greens, pathogen … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Improving Freeze Tolerance in Turfgrasses
    Improving freeze tolerance in warm-season grasses PI: Susana R. Milla-Lewis; Student: Jessica M. Brown Introduction In comparison with other warm-season grasses, Zoysiagrass ( … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Pollinator Communities in Turfgrass Systems
    Research and Outreach to Support Pollinators in North Carolina: A Comparison of Pollinator Communities in Managed Turfgrass Systems in the Piedmont and Sandhills of North Caro … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Pesticide Phytoremediation
    Evaluation of Various Riparian, Aquatic, And Wetland Species For Phytoremediation Of Pesticides  PI: Fred Yelverton; Student: Alayne McKnight  Synthetic pesticides are commo … Continue Reading
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  • How Can I Build A DIY Fire Pit For My Backyard?
    Fire pits nowadays are all the rage when it comes to backyard additions. From afternoon barbeques to after dusk evening s’mores surrounded by the warm fire.  Fire pits can provide good functionality and a pleasant gathering space for your backyard that will endure all year round. Also, many realtors suggest that adding a backyard fit pit […]
  • How Do I Build An Igloo?
    The igloo was originally a place for protection from the elements for those living in frigid regions of the Canadian tundra. Igloo is the American Indian Inuit word for “snow house.” Hundreds of years ago, the Inuits had little access to materials to build a shelter so they began to use one of the few resources they […]
  • Last-Minute Holiday Gifts Right From Your Front Yard
    No matter how detailed the list, things fall through and you forget that special someone’s gift. At Spring-Green, we know preparing for the holidays can be stressful and time-consuming. Make your life easier with these last-minute gift ideas, using tree limbs from your front yard. Those fallen branches you meant to clean up before guests arrive, can be turned […]
  • Why Are My Tree Branches Falling off?
      Have you noticed your trees are losing branches? Are more limbs collecting in your yard than normal? If so, you might be wondering if it is time to start worrying about the health of your trees. There are many reasons that tree branches fall. Some indicate a problem. Some don’t. Here are the questions […]
  • Prepare and Protect Your Lawn This Trick-or-Treating Season
      With Halloween quickly approaching, Spring-Green wants to provide a helpful guide to navigate the upcoming trick-or-treaters. These tips will help you to prep and protect your lawn while still enjoying all the costumes, candy, and fun!  Why do I need to protect my lawn?   The cooling temperatures that move in for the fall season tend to alter the durability of your lawn. This causes the grass to go dormant, halts the growing […]
  • How To Test The pH Of Your Soil
    As homeowners you may hear the call to test the pH level of your soil quite often. It may seem like a great concept, but many questions swirl around putting a pH test into action. Spring-Green, your neighborhood lawn care experts, have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions our customers have asked […]
  • How To Paw Proof Your Yard
    The world has many outside playtimes and that is not excluding our furry friends. With more lawn renovation than ever before, it is important to tackle the need of paw proofing your yard.  Harsh chemicals, poisonous plants, faded yellow spots, and so much more remain a threat to your family’s well-being. However, Spring-Green is here […]
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  • ARS Science Key to Stopping ‘Man-Eating’ Parasite
    Eliminating screwworms from the United States saves farmers and ranchers nearly $900 million in lost livestock each year.
  • USDA Updates Pale Cyst Nematode Regulations to Allow for Public Review of Future Changes to Domestic Quarantine Protocols
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is updating domestic regulations for pale cyst nematode (PCN, Globodera pallida). The update will allow for a public comment period for future changes to program protocols for regulating and deregulating PCN-infested and associated areas. PCN is a microscopic soil-pest of potato crops, […]
  • Local Government Aquatic Invasive Species Toolkit
    Toolkit to assist local governments with navigating the regulatory framework associated with high-risk priority aquatic invasive species. Note: Financial support was provided by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, U.S. Department of Interior, under award # F20AP00238.
  • Western Governors' Association Launches Invasive Species Data Mobilization Campaign
    The Invasive Species Data Mobilization Campaign of the Western Governors’ Association seeks to encourage national, state, and local land managers, private landowners, and non-governmental organizations to enter previously unavailable data into new or existing invasive species data management platforms using recommendations (May 2018; PDF | 244 KB) developed by WGA and invasive species data experts. […]
  • Texas A&M AgriLife Researchers Make Breakthrough in Fighting Agricultural Plant Diseases
    USDA NIFA research investment in Texas A&M AgriLife leads to breakthrough in fighting agricultural plant diseases. Researchers have made a discovery that will help combat fastidious pathogens, which cost U.S. agriculture alone billions of dollars annually.
  • Updated Recommendations for the Quagga and Zebra Mussel Action Plan for Western U.S. Waters
    The Western Regional Panel prepared Quagga and Zebra Mussel Action Plan 2.0 to inform ongoing management and partnership efforts intended to minimize the spread and impacts from zebra and quagga mussels in the western United States. The original QZAP action items have guided prevention, containment, research, and management to address the ecological and economic impacts […]
  • APHIS Changes Approach to Fight Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is changing its approach to fight the emerald ash borer (EAB) infestation that has spread through much of the United States. The Agency is publishing a final rule that removes the federal domestic EAB quarantine regulations that have proved ineffective and will redirect […]