"Blown away by the quality" of turfgrass by a simple method of adjusting N fertilizer

An anonymous golf course superintendent wrote that they were "blown away by the quality of these surfaces with an amount of nitrogen I would’ve thought was far too small." I discuss this, and some of the changes I'm made in my thinking about what is "far too small," or not. Also, I discuss some of the preventative fungicide and herbicide applications on golf courses in Japan that keep the zoysia surfaces looking so clean in winter.

- https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/nitrogen-amount-far-too-small/
- https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/flipping-things-around/
- https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/is-two-tenths-of-a-pound-of-nitrogen-a-lot-or-a-little/
- https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/keeping-turf-free-of-weeds-diseases-insects/

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Micah Woods
Micah Woods
I'm chief scientist at the Asian Turfgrass Center and director of the @paceturf information service. Some current projects include #OM246, #ClipVol, and #MLSN.
"Blown away by the quality" of turfgrass by a simple method of adjusting N fertilizer
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