Making PGRs Work for Your Turf

Aaron Hathaway

Plant growth regulators (PGRs) have been solidified over the last decade as a staple of golf course maintenance. They are used to increase turf quality, increase uniformity, reduce growth, regulate green speed, increase stress tolerance, suppress seedheads, increase density, and control annual bluegrass. As the potential uses and benefits of PGRs grow, the list of products that promote or inhibit turf growth also grows. Aaron Hathaway helps us take a step back and review the research that has -- and hasn’t -- been conducted with these numerous PGRs during this 90-minute webcast. What have we learned about PGRs and how to better use them in turf? Special attention will be given to PGR programs for annual bluegrass reduction.

Original presentation date: Jan. 16, 2014

About the instructor

Aaron HathawayAaron D. Hathaway is a research assistant II in plant soil and microbial sciences at Michigan State University. He earned his bachelor’s degree at Spring Arbor University and his master's degree in crop and soil sciences (turfgrass weeds) from Michigan State University. Hathaway has worked with the MSU Turf Program since 1999 and has the day-to-day responsibilities for overseeing the research plots for 30-40 trials per year. Hathaway is a frequent guest lecturer in the 2- and 4-year turf program and a popular speaker for various green industry associations.

Details

Member price: Free
Nonmember price: $60
Chapter price: $100
Education points: 0.2

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