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Why Care about Organic Matter?
October 02, 2012
Education Points: 0.2
Successful organic matter (OM) management on golf greens has become a critical, daunting and often controversial task. Inconsistencies in measurement of root zone OM has resulted in confusion concerning optimal and, more importantly, supra-optimal OM levels that compromise green quality, including playability and agronomics. Roch Gaussoin, Ph.D., discusses more than a dozen years of research on creeping bentgrass and provides a conclusive and simple solution to organic matter accumulation and management.
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