Posted Tony Goldsby, Agronomist on February 7, 2020
Having a soil that is high in organic matter has a wide range of benefits for a turfgrass manager. Soil organic matter provides nutrient holding capacity, water holding capacity and provides stable aggregates to the soil. Some of the most fertile soils in the world are located [...]
Posted Tony Goldsby, Agronomist on February 18, 2019
Having an accurately-calibrated spreader is vital to ensuring you are protecting not only the environment, but your bottom line.
Over-application of fertilizers can be harmful to your turfgrass and can end up costing thousands of dollars in wasted product over time. By performing [...]
Posted Tony Goldsby, Agronomist on February 15, 2019
Goosegrass and crabgrass are grassy annual weeds which germinate in the late spring and throughout the summer. They can be especially problematic in low cut turf areas such as putting greens and collar approaches.
The best approach to preventing an infestation of these problematic [...]