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Using new technologies to solve old problems

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Title: Using new technologies to solve old problems
Author: Lyons, Eric M.; Stasiak, Mike
Department: Department of Plant Agriculture
Abstract: Golfers love trees. In some cases it seems some golfers prefer trees to good playing conditions. Many people fall in love with the game of golf because it allows them to go out and experience nature and beautiful landscapes without having to drive 3 hours to a cottage. Indeed, the local golf course is right in the middle of their town or city. Unfortunately trees and healthy turf is a combination we often do not see. This article discusses the relationship between trees and turf in a golf course setting and suggestions for improved turf health.
Date: 2012
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada
Related Publications: Lyons, Eric M.; Stasiak, Mike. 2012. Using new technologies to solve old problems. Green is Beautiful. Spring. p. 22-23.

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