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Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 4 – May 13, 2019)

As always, please don’t hesitate to contact Carl Schimenti (css223@cornell.edu) if you have questions you would like to see answered in the ShortCUTT newsletter!

Please feel free to share our weekly ShortCUTT editions with anyone! We post them freely on our website so you can view back issues as well.

Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 3 – April 27, 2019)

As always, please don’t hesitate to contact Carl Schimenti (css223@cornell.edu) if you have questions you would like to see answered in the ShortCUTT newsletter!

Please feel free to share our weekly ShortCUTT editions with anyone! We post them freely on our website so you can view back issues as well.

Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 2 – April 15, 2019)

As always, please don’t hesitate to contact Carl Schimenti (css223@cornell.edu) if you have questions you would like to see answered in the ShortCUTT newsletter!

Please feel free to share our weekly ShortCUTT editions with anyone! We post them freely on our website so you can view back issues as well.

Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 1 – April 8, 2019)

As always, please don’t hesitate to contact Carl Schimenti (css223@cornell.edu) if you have questions you would like to see answered in the ShortCUTT newsletter!

Please feel free to share our weekly ShortCUTT editions with anyone! We post them freely on our website so you can view back issues as well.

Clipping volume research summary

New research summary from Extension Aide, Carl Schimenti: Case Study: Measuring Clipping Volume at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course at Cornell University

Listen to Carl’s special winter podcast on clipping volume.

Winter special podcast: Clipping volume.

Clipping Volume is a relatively new concept in golf course management. With many superintendents adopting the practice, we decided to test out it’s practicality right at home on Cornell University’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Course. This is an in-depth conversation about the year of collecting clippings with David Hicks, the golf course superintendent. Was anything surprising? Did he find the data useful? Will he continue to collect clippings in 2019? Listen to find out!

Read more here: Case Study: Measuring Clipping Volume at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course at Cornell University

Turf Talk is a weekly podcast during the growing season hosted by ‘Turf Guy’ Frank Rossi, associate professor, Horticulture Section, School of Integrative Plant Science, Cornell University, and turfgrass Extension Aide, Carl Schimenti.

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Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 19 – October 1, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 19  – October 1)

Time to think rehab, insect issues with Kyle Wickings.

As always, please don’t hesitate to contact Carl Schimenti (css223@cornell.edu) if you have questions you would like to see answered in the ShortCUTT newsletter!

Please feel free to share our weekly ShortCUTT editions with anyone! We post them freely on our website so you can view back issues as well.

Soils cooling, heat stress over? ABW, grub issues: Turf Talk Podcast Week 23

Turf Talk is a weekly podcast during the growing season hosted by ‘Turf Guy’ Frank Rossi, associate professor, Horticulture Section, School of Integrative Plant Science, Cornell University, and turfgrass Extension Aide, Carl Schimenti.

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Hot and wet, ABWs thriving, other pests masked: Turf Talk Podcast Week 22

  • September 14, 2018 —  More hot and wet, ABWs thriving, other pests symptoms masked — for the time being.

Turf Talk is a weekly podcast during the growing season hosted by ‘Turf Guy’ Frank Rossi, associate professor, Horticulture Section, School of Integrative Plant Science, Cornell University, and turfgrass Extension Aide, Carl Schimenti.

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Summer not giving up, foliar diseases turning lethal: Turf Talk Podcast Week 21

Turf Talk is a weekly podcast during the growing season hosted by ‘Turf Guy’ Frank Rossi, associate professor, Horticulture Section, School of Integrative Plant Science, Cornell University, and turfgrass Extension Aide, Carl Schimenti.

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