Managing Nutrient Budgets in the Face of Rising Prices

Jason Kruse, Ph.D.

Fertilizer costs have been increasingly volatile right at a time when budgets have been squeezed. In this webcast, Jason Kruse, Ph.D., discusses making the right decision based on individual budgets and overall goals for fertilization. A review of how fertilizers work, use of soluble and controlled-release fertilizers, and how fertilizer programs can be adjusted to reduce expenses while maintaining turfgrass quality is featured.

Original presentation date: Feb. 27, 2013

About the instructor

Jason Kruse, Ph.D.

Jason Kruse, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of environmental horticulture at the University of Florida. He earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Idaho, his master's degree from the University of Florida, and his doctorate from Iowa State University. Kruse teaches courses in turfgrass culture, landscape and turfgrass management, and golf and sports turf management. His research program focuses on how nutrient and water management strategies affect the health and environmental impact of turfgrass systems.

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