Tuesday, May 05, 2015

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Looking for feedback on PGRs

Golf Course Industry is conducting research about how you're using plant growth regulators (PGRs) as a turf maintenance tool. Please take 5 minutes to complete our survey. More

Exclusive: Same Aquatrols, more horsepower

GCI’s Pat Jones speaks with the people behind the Aquatrols-Rural American Fund partnership. More

Summer forecast preview

AccuWeather: hot and dry out West, wet in the Gulf Coast area. More

Master disaster

Take the issue of past, present and future value into its appropriate account when something goes wrong at your golf course. GCI contributor Larry Hirsh outlines the vital role you play in post-disaster assessment. More

Seeking "Reel" Sharp Minds

Everyone has an opinion sharpening and grinding techniques and philosophy. We want your insight on this topic. More

Product Spotlight

UP-Star Gold Insecticide

UP-STAR GOLD is used to control insect pests and mites around buildings, indoors in interiorscapes, and outdoors on lawns and recreational areas. More

Latest News

Aquatrols partners with Rural American Fund

Move will not impact day-to-day operations of Aquatrols. More

Hamilton Farm hires Jason Harrison as director grounds

New Jersey facility features 36 holes. More

John Elsea joins Redexim Turf Products

Elsea has served the industry in a variety of roles. More

IGCEMA dissolves

Golf course equipment managers group joins GCSAA. More

Ron Jaworski Golf acquires Downingtown Country Club

Former NFL quarterback’s group owns and operates six course. More

Bayer announces EPA registration for Signature Xtra Stressgard

New fungicide for greens will be released in fall 2015. More

RISE delivers pollinator petition to White House Council on Environmental Quality

Petition highlights steps industry is taking to support pollinators. More

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Editor's Pick

COOL VIDEOS! Original videos and podcasts from the GCI staff plus the best of the rest from the turf business

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Superintendent Health: Don't get burned

Andy Jorgensen was in his 20s, and hadn't even been working on the golf course that long, so he figured his first screening with his dermatologist would be done in 20 minutes. When he left the office five biopsies later, everything had changed. He shares his story as part of our Superintendent Health series. More