My Best Feature is Roughs
Thomas Voigt, Ph.D.
Management of the golf course roughs is the topic of this week’s webcast. Management of cool-season grass roughs may be trickier than you think. Tom Voigt, Ph.D., will present some details that can help you make the best of the nuances involved. This 90-minute webcast will offer up-to-date information about:
- grass species for links-style and park-style courses and mowed and un-mowed roughs in temperate areas
- turfgrass ecology as it relates to the difficulty of creating playable, un-mowed roughs
- mowing, fertilizing, and managing pests in roughs.
Join us to learn about roughs in the temperate U.S.
Original presentation date: Oct. 3, 2013
About the instructor
Thomas Voigt, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the department of crop sciences at the University of Illinois, where he serves as Extension Turfgrass Specialist. He earned two bachelor’s degrees, his master’s and his doctorate in Horticulture at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has been involved with research on turfgrass diseases and Bioenergy Crops, contributing to numerous reviewed articles. In 2002, Voigt was given the Distinguished Service Award by the Illinois Turfgrass Foundation and the Faculty Award for Excellence in Extension, College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. Voigt is a past instructor of both webcasts and conference seminars for GCSAA.
Member price: Free
Nonmember price: $60
Chapter price: $100
Education points: 0.2
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IPM Council of Canada credits
BC Pesticide Applicator points
Alberta Pesticide Applicator credits
This webcast has been approved for continuing education credits (CECs) as part of the IPM Accreditation Program administered by the IPM Council of Canada, as well as the Pesticide Re-Certification program administered by the Western Canada Turfgrass Association in cooperation with the British Columbia Ministry of Environment and the Recertification for Pesticide Applicators in Alberta.
To earn CECs for the recorded event, you will need to complete the short exam and return it to GCSAA. A certificate of completion will be issued upon successful completion.