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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.

Cornell University ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 18 – September 3, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 18  – September 3)

Historic summer weather, managing athletic field traffic.

We’d also like to take some time to draw your attention to work of the late Bob Portmess. The New York State Integrated Pest Management (NYSIPM) program recently awarded Bob’s family with the “Excellence in IPM” award for his dedication to IPM with New York State Park golf courses. A lasting legacy of Bob’s work lives on with this IPM handbook summarizing data from Cornell’s partnership with NY State Park courses. To read more about Bob, you can find the press release from NYSIPM here.

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 17 – August 13, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 17  – August 13)

Aggressive crabgrass, Round-up in the news.

We’d also like to take some time to draw your attention to work of the late Bob Portmess. The New York State Integrated Pest Management (NYSIPM) program recently awarded Bob’s family with the “Excellence in IPM” award for his dedication to IPM with New York State Park golf courses. A lasting legacy of Bob’s work lives on with this IPM handbook summarizing data from Cornell’s partnership with NY State Park courses. To read more about Bob, you can find the press release from NYSIPM here.

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 16 – August 6, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 16  – August 6)

Abiotic stress and data driven sports turf management

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 15 – July 30, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 15  – July 30)

Chinch bugs, cytokinins, join us for our next Walk and Talk hosted by WNYGCSA in Fall.

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 14 – July 23, 2018)

ShortCUTT Newsletter (Week 14  – July 23)

Excess moisture fueling stress, hindering recovery. Water deep to enhance fertilizer effectiveness and seed germination.

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 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.

 

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