Clemson University turfgrass researchers presented the latest and most-effective research-based turf management protocols to about 130 turfgrass industry leaders and golf course superintendents from across the state of South Carolina during the Clemson University Turfgrass Research and Education Field Day on Aug. 14.

Clemson University Turfgrass Program professors and researchers displayed their findings on subjects including using PGRs efficiently to reduce mowing events, managing bentgrass golf greens with organic products, postemergence grass weed control in bentgrass, establishing and managing Seashore Paspalum and Diamond Zoysiagrass golf greens and the effectiveness of using liquid products for thatch control.

Much of the research being conducted by Clemson’s turfgrass program is funded by Carolinas GCSA’s Rounds4Research online auction of donated tee times. Rounds4Research has raised approximately $350,000 for turfgrass research in its first two years.

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