The start of winter is usually a welcome sight for most Turf Managers. After a season filled with long hours and demanding work, winter gives turfers a chance to slow down, regroup, and rest. However, after a few weeks of down time, these men and women who are so used to working hard start to get stir-crazy and are chomping at the bit to get back outside. Here are my top 3 tips to stay productive and keep that sense of accomplishment while slowing down over the winter.
The beginning of summer is now upon us, and as turf managers, it is time to take a breath and see how we get through this point of the year.
As the season starts and we look forward to warmer weather, now is the time to set up and plan out applications that kickoff the season.
In October 2014, Chris Mason started a new position as the Head Groundskeeper for the West Virginia Power minor league baseball team. As his first order of business, Chris was charged with overseeing a complete renovation of the playing field.
Knowing the type of weed growing will help you develop a more effective treatment plan. Here are a few common weeds in our area and some tips on how to identify them. A WSI Territory Manager can also help you identify and treat any pesky weed.
Whether you maintain golf greens or soccer pitches, spring aerification and soil modification events are complete, so it is time to start implementing a program to mitigate summer stress.