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10th Anniversary Edition of the UCONN Turfgrass Research Reports Now Online

This year's report includes the latest in new turfgrass disease control options, pesticide-free athletic field management, nutrient management, and turfgrass cultivar evaluations.

Download the report to learn more about what the UCONN Turfgrass Science Program has been working on.

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Pesticide-Free Athletic Field Management Publication

This new extension bulletin details the best management practices for managing pesticide-free, cool-season athletic fields based on research results to date. This is considered a working document, indicating that research related to this topic is currently on going at University of Connecticut and other research institutions. These recommendations will be updated accordingly as more research results are published.

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2014 Annual Research Report Online

The University of Connecticut’s Annual Turfgrass Research Report is published as a means of providing timely dissemination of current research findings. The purpose of this report is to encourage the exchange of ideas and knowledge between university researchers and members of the turfgrass industry. Download the 2014 and past reports here.

 

UConn TurfGrass Science program
The Turfgrass Programs in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture at the University of Connecticut provide students an opportunity to study turfgrass science and management in conjunction with courses in soil science and fertility, pest control, ornamental horticulture, landscape design, environmental science, and business management. UConn turf students are given opportunities to gain practical experiences in the private sector through internships and independent studies.

UConn Turf Programs are designed to provide students basic and applied knowledge in turfgrass science and management. Students completing the turfgrass science programs can apply their skills in the management of residential and commercial lawns, golf courses, athletic and recreational fields, parks, sod farms, roadsides, inland and coastal erosion control sites, and other areas where grasses are utilized. Baccalaureate students have the opportunity to pursue graduate degree programs.
 
Quick Links

Disease Tolerant Varieties Presentation (MALCP Winter Seminar 2015)

Disease Diagnostic Form


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UCONN 2014 Turf Grass Field Day - Overview Highlight

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