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  • Turfgrass Hotline with Dr. Clint Mattox: Pacific NW Update
    In this episode of the Turfgrass Hotline, Frank Rossi chats with Dr. Clint Mattox of Oregon State about turf conditions and management strategies as summer winds down in the Pacific Northwest. Recorded September 5, 2019. Presented by DryJect and Intelligro | Civitas Turf Defense.
  • Rockbottum Radio: Who is poaching our assistants?
    In this episode of Rockbottum Radio, RW reveals who is poaching our assistants, equipment techs and crew members, while explaining how to defeat the Mole People with careful use of the TurfNet Jobs board. In "Storytime" he tells about the time the Mole People almost got him. Also, Boof gets into it with Aint Feemy […]
  • Irrigation Technician
    Maintain and repair golf course irrigation system on the 18 hole Mountain View course. System is older Toro with Lynx central control. New pump stations will be installed, one in August 2019 other in early 2020. Great opportunity to get involved in a community with 2 18 hole golf courses, with capital improvements planned and […]
  • Golf Course Superintendent
    Conveniently located only 20 minutes from downtown Los Angeles and surrounded by 260 acres of Rosemead's Whittier Narrows Park, Whittier Narrows Golf Course offers 27 holes of challenging and enjoyable golf. Three distinct 9-hole William F. Bell-designed layouts offer a variety of playing combinations for all levels of golfers. The 18-hole River/Pine duo offers mature, […]
  • 2nd Assistant Superintendent
    Essex Fells Country Club is a private club established in 1896. At that time, a small group of Essex Fells golf enthusiasts joined together to play a rough layout of nine holes along Roseland Avenue. Soon they tired of the rudimentary course and hired Alex Findlay to design a new course of nine holes that […]
  • Assistant Superintendent
    Long Beach Country Club is a 18-hole private club along the shores of Lake Michigan in the community of Long Beach, IN. LBCC is a classic Tom Bendelow design featuring Poa/Bent playing surfaces. LBCC has a history of a healthy membership and continually embarks on golf course capital improvements. LBCC engaged Todd Clark and CE […]
  • 2005 Toro 4500D
    Toro 4500D Groundsmaster Roughs Mower Only 1151 Hours! PRE-EMISSIONS POWERTRAIN! See Video! Here’s an exceptionally clean, low-hour, and work ready Toro 4500D! As the pictures and VIDEO illustrate, this 4500D is in remarkable condition! With only 1151 hours, this mower can provide you with years of trouble-free, productive use! The mower has been inspected and […]
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  • Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Field Day Held August 14
    The annual NC State Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Field Day was held August 14 in Raleigh. The annual Turfgrass Field Day at the Lake Wheeler Lab offers the industry and general pub … Continue Reading
  • Sandhills Turfgrass Regional Conference and Field Day held June 12
    4.5 (L N D X) NCDA&CS pesticide credits were earned by participants at the Sandhills Research Station (SRS) Turfgrass Regional Conference and Field Day  on Wednesday, Ju … Continue Reading
  • 2019 Sod Producers’ Report Available
    North Carolina State University conducted the fifth annual survey to examine inventory and pricing of North Carolina sod:  2019 Sod Producers’ Report
  • Annual Bluegrass (Poa Annua) Spring Invasion
    Fred Yelverton, PhD                                                                                                      Pro … […]
  • Turfgrass Academy
    A group of North Carolina high school students attended Turfgrass Academy April 5-6 to explore NC State University’s turfgrass program, learn about the turfgrass degree … Continue Reading
  • Spanish Greenkeepers Meeting – Sevilla, Spain – Nov. 29, 2018
    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 bermu … Continue Reading
  • Colorant Use on Turfgrasses
    Want green turf regardless of turfgrass, time of year, or drought? We have developed a guide to using turf colorants. It outlines types of products, specific uses, how to appl … Continue Reading
  • 2018 Dr. Art Bruneau Scholarship Golf Tournament
    For nearly a decade, the Dr. Art Bruneau Scholarship Golf Tournament has raised over $20,000 in scholarships that have gone directly to 2-year, 4-year, and graduate students i … Continue Reading
  • It’s Time for Fall Seeding of Cool Season Grasses
    Fall is the best time for renovation and seeding of cool-season lawns. Temperatures are currently above normal for early September, but history suggests that the weather wil … Continue Reading
  • Third Annual Turf Research Symposium – Registration Is Open!
    When: Thursday, December 6, 2018, 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Where: NC State University Club or stream live for free! More information about the program, speakers, and how to reg … Continue Reading
RSS Spring Green Feed
  • Stay Sharp: How To Keep Your Lawn Mower Blade Working Its Best
    Have you ever pondered the sharpness of your lawn mower? If so, you are not alone in your consideration of the sharpness of your mower. You can follow all the mowing tips and mowing best practices available for consumption, but with a dull blade, you won’t get too far. The pros at Spring-Green, your neighborhood […]
  • All The Tips To Keep Your Lawn Hydrated This Summer
    Watering the lawn is not rocket science, but it sometimes feels like there’s a hidden formula to watering the lawn that only few among us know. Add to that the deluge of summer rains, droughts and/or water restrictions and homeowners are left wishing for winter. Wait, what, no – we love summer, but just want […]
  • Stay Safe from Fleas and Ticks This Summer
    Fleas and ticks can create a nuisance in our summer fun and contribute to minor yet annoying health problems. Spring-Green, your neighborhood lawn care specialists since 1977, has compiled a guide to get you schooled up on the threats fleas and ticks pose and, most importantly, how to control these pesky intruders. Answers To Your […]
  • How To Mosquito-Proof Your Yard For Summer Fun
    Summer is finally here. Time to celebrate the sun, the great outdoors and the season for fun! Get ready for 4th of July festivities and lots of impromptu summer BBQ’s without the uninvited guests – mosquitoes. Mosquito control is the goal of many a homeowner. Mosquitoes are not only an itchy nuisance, but they can […]
  • Pollinators: Tips For Attracting More Bees + Butterflies
    As summer kicks into full gear, it’s the best time to step outside and take in the glories of nature. Spending time engulfed in your home’s outdoor oasis is even better when the garden is full of beautiful flowers and foliage to enhance our enjoyment. If your garden is full of plants that attract butterflies […]
  • Seedheads Developing on Cool Season Grasses
    Some customers get worried when they see little seedheads covering their lawns, usually starting around the middle of May when sunlight reaches 12 hours a day. It is a natural process of the grass to produce seed, and fertilizing and proper mowing practices will help keep the lawn healthy. The seedheads are forming on tiny […]
  • Large Patch and Spring Dead Spot Symptoms Showing Now
    We are getting reports of Large Patch and Spring Dead Spot showing in lawns throughout the South and Southeast regions. These diseases were formerly called Brown Patch, a disease that affects cool-season grasses in the middle of the summer. These diseases begin to infect turf in the fall and the symptoms show in the late […]
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  • Natural Enemies Close In on Fire Ants
    Hunting for natural enemies of the red imported fire ant is paying off for Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists. Their latest discovery — a new virus found in fire ants from Argentina — has the potential of becoming a biological control agent against the red imported fire ants infesting the U.S.
  • Fungus Fights Oxygen-Sucking Water Weed
    In parts of the South, there are stories about an invasive floating weed, which forms such a dense mass that it enables small animals to walk across water. This weed, called giant salvinia, is an exotic fern from South America that invades ponds, lakes, and other waterways in the United States. It damages aquatic ecosystems […]
  • How Do You Confuse a Sharpshooter?
    Rodrigo Krugner, an entomologist with the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in Parlier, California, has found an innovative way to control insect pests in California vineyards: tapping into the vibrational signals they use as mating calls. Krugner’s efforts have mainly focused on glassy-winged sharpshooters, which spread a bacterium that causes Pierce’s disease in vineyards and costs […]
  • USDA Declares August Tree Check Month; Urges Public To Look For Invasive Asian Longhorned Beetle
    August is the height of summer, and it is also the best time to spot the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) as it starts to emerge from trees. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is asking the public to take five minutes to step outside and report any signs of this invasive pest. Checking trees for […]
  • YouTube - Eradicating the Pink Bollworm
    Following a Pink Bollworm quarantine and eradication program that endured for more than 50 years, the USDA lifted regulations for the cotton pest in September 2018. In this video, the California Department of Food and Agriculture examines the history of the program and the innovation that brought it at long last to a conclusion.
  • Eradication Program Announces Plans for Fighting Asian Longhorned Beetle and Reminds Public of Quarantines
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is announcing the latest plans to combat the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB). APHIS and its partners are making steady progress towards eliminating this destructive tree pest from the United States. "We expect to complete our final tree inspections in the New York City […]
  • New Prevention Topics
    Watercraft Inspection and Decontamination Programs - Many Western states instituted watercraft inspection and decontamination programs after the discovery of invasive mussels in Lake Mead in 2007. This section provides resources on mandated watercraft inspection and decontamination programs, as well as some non-mandated but state-funded watercraft inspection efforts. Aquatic Invasive Species Decals - Some U.S. states […]
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