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TurfNotes was developed to keep Ohio Golf Course Superintendents abreast of current topics important in daily management of golf course turf. The topics or "turfnotes" are provided on a continual basis throughout the growing season. The topics covered primarily involve both abiotic and biotic stresses that are presently occurring. TurfNotes was developed by Dr. Karl Danneberger, Professor of Turfgrass Science, in the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science at The Ohio State University.
 
TurfNotes was developed to keep Ohio Golf Course Superintendents abreast of current topics important in daily management of golf course turf. The topics or "turfnotes" are provided on a continual basis throughout the growing season. The topics covered primarily involve both abiotic and biotic stresses that are presently occurring. TurfNotes was developed by Dr. Karl Danneberger, Professor of Turfgrass Science, in the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science at The Ohio State University.
  
[[Category:Spring]]  ---  [[Category:Summer]]  ---  [[Category:Fall]]  ---  [[Category:Winter]]
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[[:Category:Spring]]  ---  [[:Category:Summer]]  ---  [[:Category:Fall]]  ---  [[:Category:Winter]]

Latest revision as of 20:41, 8 June 2006

TurfNotes was developed to keep Ohio Golf Course Superintendents abreast of current topics important in daily management of golf course turf. The topics or "turfnotes" are provided on a continual basis throughout the growing season. The topics covered primarily involve both abiotic and biotic stresses that are presently occurring. TurfNotes was developed by Dr. Karl Danneberger, Professor of Turfgrass Science, in the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science at The Ohio State University.

Category:Spring --- Category:Summer --- Category:Fall --- Category:Winter