Managing Turfgrass in Shaded Conditions Utilizing PGRs, Pesticides & Fungicides

John C. Sorochan, Ph.D.

If you'd like to grab a chainsaw, take some time to join us for this webcast instead. John Sorochan, Ph.D., helps you learn to accurately diagnose shade stress on turf. After this 90-minute webcast, you’ll have tools to develop management practices that can be implemented to successfully meet the challenges of managing your shade-stressed turf. You'll also learn ways to create a plan to effectively communicate shade-related challenges to management, greens committees and your golfers.

Original presentation date: Feb. 16, 2012

About the instructor

John C. Sorochan, Ph.D., is an associate professor and distinguished scientist at the University of Tennessee. He earned his bachelor and master of science degrees, as well as his doctorate, at Michigan State University. Sorochan’s research focuses on cool- and warm-season putting green stress physiology and management. In addition to participation in many state and regional turfgrass conferences around the U.S., Sorochan has lectured on multiple occasions in Germany on golf course shade, mowing and rolling, and plant growth. He has been a GCSAA faculty member since 2011, and presented a highly-rated webcast titled "Managing Bentgrass under Summer Stress."

Details

Member price: Free
Non-member price: $60
Chapter price: $100
Education points: 0.2

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