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Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 13 – July 9, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 13  – July 9)

Mower set up to reduce turf stress. Clover, grubs and pollinators.

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 12 – July 2, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 12  – July 2)

How soil moisture and soil temperature are related, the value of air movement when heat stress is high.

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 11 – June 25, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 11  – June 25)

Pest update. Why “pursuit of green” in lawn care can do more harm than good.

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 10 – June 18, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 10  – June 18)

Little rain, high evapotranspiration fueling dramatic shift to dry conditions.  Summer sports field management. Affordable equipment wash-pads.

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 9 – June 11, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 9 – June 11)

ABW stage updates, traffic and event management on athletic fields, nutsedge emergence, and tick education resources.

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 8 – June 4, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 8 – June 4)

We are now ahead of 30-yr averages in terms of growing degree days. Recent growth surges make it key to follow urban landscape BMPs. Dr. Rossi also discusses proper treatment of root borne pathogens.

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!

Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 7 – May 29, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 7 – May 29)

Warm and wet conditions have spurred turfgrass growth the last week in the Northeast. Dr. Rossi discusses how to handle this growth using science-based recommendations. In addition, he addresses the public’s concern relating to fertilizer use on turfgrass.

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

Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 5 – May 14, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 5 – May 14, 2018)

This week, Dr. Rossi discusses data-driven management and clarifies the concept of “Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers.”

If you have any questions you would like us to address in future editions of the newsletter, please  contact Carl Schimenti at css223@cornell.edu.

Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 3 – April 30, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 3 – April 30, 2018)

Dr. Rossi discusses management for early season pests, and handling excessive athletic field traffic given the compressed Spring season in NY.

If you are a member of a Professional Association then you will receive them through your regular email. If you know someone who’d like a copy, get in touch with us at our Cornell Turfgrass Website @ turf.cals.cornell.edu, our Twitter and Facebook pages @Cornell_Turfgrass, or by e-mailing our program manager, Carl Schimenti at css223@cornell.edu.

Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 1 – April 16, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 1 – April 16, 2018)

From Frank Rossi, Associate Professor and; Extension Turfgrass Specialist:

Welcome back to our 19th season of the ShortCUTT (Cornell University Turfgrass Times) newsletter! We are grateful for the many years of support from the New York State Turfgrass Association. However, new funding sources allowed for the newsletter to be available to all turfgrass managers and interested parties in New York.

If you are a member of a Professional Association then you will receive them through your regular email. If you know someone who’d like a copy, get in touch with us at our Cornell Turfgrass Website @ turf.cals.cornell.edu, our Twitter and Facebook pages @Cornell_Turfgrass, or by e-mailing our program manager, Carl Schimenti at css223@cornell.edu.

In this week’s edition,we discuss weather effects on disease pressure, annual bluegrass seedhead suppression, and pre-emergence herbicide application timing. We also get some thoughts from Soil Insect Ecologist, Professor Kyle Wickings, on early-season insect populations.

Looking forward to providing timely growing season information to those across the Northeast!

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