Fine Tuning Agronomic Programs for Putting Greens

Aaron Patton, Ph.D.

Your busy lifestyle may prevent you from taking a step back to analyze and evaluate the agronomic program used at your facility. Yet an analysis of your current program could help you save money and improve the playing conditions on your course. This webcast will cover how to assess your golf course putting greens and create an agronomic program that takes into consideration fertilization, soil tests, topdressing, cultivation, pests, PGRs, wetting agents and more. Whether you want to create a new program for your putting greens, or you want to take a fresh look at your current program, this webcast will help you fine tune your maintenance practices.

Original presentation date: Jan. 11, 2011


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Nonmember price: $60
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