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The Fall Clippings Newsletter is now online! Click on the link below to read these stories and more: Hurricane Irma’s Impacts Likely to Linger for Florida Sod Producers Certifying Florida Sod:  An Inspector’s Day Florida Golf Course Superintendents Help University Lab into the Future A look at UF / IFAS’s Evidence Based Turf Management Workshops...
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[gdl_gallery title=”GALLERY_TITLE” width=”IMAGE_SRC” height=”IMAGE_HEIGHT” ]   Couldn’t make it for this year’s Field Day?  Here’s a quick look at what you missed, courtesy of Sod Solutions! Video: TPF Field Day 2014
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As a rule, most turfgrasses need six or more hours of direct sunlight daily to thrive.  So if your landscape has shady areas, here are a few tips: 1)  Measure how much sunlight those areas receive.  This doesn’t have to be exact; just walk outside (or look out the window) and jot a few notes...
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Ribbons are slim strips of grass left behind when a sod field is harvested (in this photo, in a field of Floratam St. Augustine).            Ever notice how some turfgrass will send out long stems with leaves attached? These runners will grow across the open spaces, develop roots, and eventually fill in the...
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