Measuring and Managing Soil Organic Matter in Putting Greens

Tuesday, January 30
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Registration Required

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(2027-01) Join us for an engaging seminar on the crucial role of topdressing and cultivation in sand-based putting green root zones. Without these practices, excessive soil organic matter accumulation can lead to the eventual failure of your greens. Striking the right balance between disruption and cost-effectiveness is key.

Discover the power of data-driven decision-making as we introduce a cutting-edge method for measuring organic matter. Explore the fundamentals of soil organic matter accumulation in putting greens and learn how this new measurement approach can optimize your topdressing and cultivation practices.

Through real-life examples from a golf course, we'll demonstrate how management decisions directly impact organic matter levels. Dive into a practical computer program that allows you to explore the potential influence of different practices on future soil organic matter.

Presented by a seasoned scientist and a knowledgeable practitioner, this seminar offers a unique perspective bridging theory and application. Don't miss this opportunity to unlock the secrets of soil health and take your topdressing and cultivation practices to the next level.

Room Number: North 129A