Efficiency

On the Course: Sequoyah National

ON THE COURSE Sequoyah National Shifts to Warm Season Grass About Brannon Burnes Brannon Burnes has served as superintendent at Sequoyah National since 2014. A native of middle Georgia, he started working on golf courses in high school. Burnes earned a turf degree from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, and later went back to …

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Insect Trials for Better Lawns

Insect Trials for Better Lawns Insects are a major nuisance for homeowners, golf course superintendents and turfgrass growers. In an ongoing partnership with the University of Georgia, NG Turf allocates space on their sod farms for scientists to run insect trials. Their findings lead to deeper knowledge across the industry and more effective management of …

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Installing Dormant Sod

Installing Dormant Sod Similar to dormant trees and shrubs, warm-season sod can be successfully installed during the off-season, October through April. And with the proper preparation and care, in some areas it is even possible to successfully establish sod during the winter. Low temperature injury is one of the main problems associated with off-season installations. …

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