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November 4, 2020
Gabe Saldana, Communications Manager Texas A&M Agri-Life Research & Extension Center of Dallas The latest turfgrass variety in a recent string of releases by  Texas A&M AgriLife Research breaks new ground among market zoysia grasses, especially in its viability for golf course putting greens. “Zoysias have typically not been considered for widespread use on putting greens,”...
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Dr. Scott Angle, Vice President for Ag & Natural Resources University of Florida/IFAS   Turf science wasn’t my first love. Golf was. When I was growing up, I aspired to be a pro. When I discovered late in high school I probably would not be able to make a living playing golf, I decided the...
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Laura Jacobs Donaldson Manson Bolves Donaldson Varn, PA For many water users in central Florida, running out of groundwater, a less expensive water source, has been a concern for many years.  Arising out of an administrative challenge of a substantial public supply consumptive use permit, in 2006, the South Florida Water Management District, Southwest Florida...
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The 2020 Fall Clippings newsletter In this issue: Central Florida Water Initiative Moves Ahead: Here’s What to Expect Green Industry Familiar Turf to New IFAS VP Texas A&M Introduces Lazer Zoysia AEST Connects Employers, Certified Workforce EREF: Cape Coral, Miami-Dade Ordinance Update Watch for more: Growing Better 2021 Read the full issue here: Fall 2020...
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