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  • Buddy's Mask Experiment
    Years ago, we had some guys from a second world country without sewers who would wipe their bums and then deposit the toilet paper in the trash receptacle. You talk about stink! I offered to kill whomever was doing it but I didn't want to be the proctor. There was also a contingent would steadfastly […]
  • 2nd Assistant Superintendent
    Country Club of Missouri is now hiring a person to fill the position of 2nd assistant superintendent. This person will report to the superintendent and will be responsible for assisting in all regular maintenance task including but not limited to, equipment operation, fertilizer and plant protectant applications, irrigation operation and maintenance, course setup and supervisory […]
  • Seasonal Intern/AIT
    Medinah is unique. Founded by the Shriners of Chicago in 1924 and originally designed by Tom Bendelow, Medinah boasts 3 distinct golf courses laid out over 650 acres and only 30 minutes from downtown Chicago. The Championship Course #3 has hosted a variety of major events and is currently preparing for the 2026 Presidents Cup. […]
  • 2015 Jacobsen HR9016 1495 Hours
    2015 Jacobsen HR 9016 - 38900.00 For more information please call or text Justin at (716) 574-4248 Quality used Jacobsen HR9016 Rotary Mower for sale. At UGATE, we offer many makes and models of used golf course equipment for your personal or business needs. We proudly sell to golf courses, municipalities, and individuals all over […]
  • Assistant Superintendent
    The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards is an 18 hole, Tom Fazio design, located on Lake Keowee in upstate SC. We are one of the seven golf courses within The Cliffs. The golf course is predominantly 419 Bermuda, with Champion Bermudagrass greens and Zeon zoysia tees. Great opportunity for the right individual, as there tends to […]
  • Buddy's Mask Experiment
    In this time of turmoil and division, we offer something to bring us together: Rockbottum Storytime. Thirty years ago, Buddy began to wonder which mask was more effective. Was it the common dust mask? The surgical mask? Or perhaps the trusty bandanna? It had nothing to do with spraying or virus prevention or looking cool, […]
  • Equipment Repairer
    Repairs, services and maintains all equipment in BREC's Golf Department. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: General mechanical knowledge of gas & diesel motors & equipment, electric carts & battery chargers Ability to work independently Good communication/interpersonal/organizational skills Skill in the use of hand and power tools Skill in the operation of industrial/mechanical equipment Ability to troubleshoot […]
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  • 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
  • Art Bruneau Tournament
    The Art Bruneau Tournament and Scholarship Fundraiser will be Wednesday, October 6, 2021, at the Lonnie Poole Golf Course. Hold the date!
  • 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.
  • The Findings of a Mad Turf Pathologist
    Dollar SpotWeather has been conducive for dollar spot in many areas of the Southeast, especially those that have had some humidity. Humidity in central North Carolina has been … Continue Reading
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  • 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 […]
  • Prepare your Shrubs and Trees for the End of Summer with Ease
      Before the fall temperatures move in, it is essential to prep and prepare your shrubs for the end of summer. While warm seasons can bring a lot of health for shrubs and trees, the heat of the summer months can require extra attention for most plants. From summer storms, pests, and potential diseases, your […]
  • Tips To Fix Your Lawn During A Summer Drought
    It’s almost inevitable. Summer arrives with scorching temps and lots of rain. But then the rain doesn’t always stay and drought conditions kick in. Lawn care becomes more complicated in an instant. Drought is more of a problem than ever before and worse in specific areas of the United States than others. Statistics estimate that 53 million people are living in […]
  • What Are Some Summer Gardening Tips?
    Every year when summer finally arrives it feels like we’ve waited forever for the long sunny days, time off from school, vacations, and gatherings by the pool. Don’t forget about the blooming beauty of our gardens. Summer gardening can seem overwhelming to some newbies who want all the beauty but don’t have the experience. Not to worry, Spring-Green, your neighborhood’s top choice of […]
  • How Can I Prevent Fire Pit Damage On My Lawn?
    Everyone loves to sit around the fire at night. It’s great for ambiance, cuddling, and roasting marshmallows. The fire pit can raise some questions for the savvy homeowner who wants to make sure of the best practices and avoid damaging their outdoor experience. If you’ve been pondering the idea of a fire pit but felt […]
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  • USDA Hosting African Swine Fever Action Week September 13-17
    The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is hosting African Swine Fever (ASF) Action Week from September 13-17 – encouraging U.S. swine producers to join multiple webinars to learn about ASF and what they can do to help protect the U.S. swine herd. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack also […]
  • California Establishes Quarantine to Prohibit the Introduction of the Spotted Lanternfly into California
    A state exterior quarantine has been declared to prohibit the introduction of the spotted lanternfly (SLF), Lycorma delicatula, into California. Spotted lanternfly was first detected in North American in 2014 in Pennsylvania and has now spread to nine states. The quarantine prohibits the entry into California of SLF, its host plants, and a variety of […]
  • USDA Continuing African Swine Fever Prevention Efforts – Preparing to Establish Foreign Animal Disease Protection Zone
    As part of its continuing efforts to respond to the detection of African Swine Fever (ASF) in the Dominican Republic (DR) and prevent its introduction into the Conterminous United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is preparing to establish a […]
  • Species Profile -- Asian Jumping Worm
    asian-jumping-worm.jpg Asian jumping worms are native to east-central Asia and have been present in the U.S. since the late 1800s, but have been recently invading natural habitats in the Northeast and Midwest. These worms were introduced possibly through the horticultural trade or by anglers using them as bait. Asian jumping worms affect forest habitats by […]
  • Species Profile -- English Ivy
    english-ivy-5523854.jpg English ivy is native to Europe and was introduced to the U.S. via the nursery trade. The earliest records of naturalization are from the 1870s. English ivy competes with native plants and can spread into tree canopies.
  • APHIS Removes a Portion of Harris County in Texas from the Domestic Citrus Canker (Xanthomonas spp.) Quarantine Area
    Effective immediately, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is removing a portion of Harris County within the Braeswood area of Houston, Texas, from citrus canker regulations. The successful partnership between APHIS and the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) has resulted in a citrus canker-free status in this area since 2016. On May 20, […]
  • APHIS Updates the Golden Nematode (Globodera rostochiensis) Regulated Area in Suffolk and Nassau Counties in New York
    Effective immediately, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is removing 45,562.067 acres from the golden nematode (GN) regulated area in Suffolk County, New York and refining the global positioning system (GPS) points for the descriptions of the regulated area in the town of Oyster Bay in Nassau County, New York. APHIS is removing […]