Modern Fine Fescue Secondary Rough Management

March 26th, 2018 8:57pm CDT

Sponsored By Oregon Fine Fescue Commission

Education Points: 0.1

The use of fine fescue species for secondary rough areas has increased in popularity on golf courses for architectural and environmental reasons. Once these grasses are established they require very little fertilizer and water inputs and it’s often misperceived that these areas are “native” and “low-maintenance.” In reality, these areas create another set of challenges for golf course superintendents. These challenges, such as establishment, weed and insect control and density management are discussed in detail throughout this webinar taught by Steve McDonald and presented by the Oregon Fine Fescue Commission. Listen in to learn more about the benefits of modern fine fescues.