Lawns are greening up and growing like crazy. You may be tempted to employ the technique titled ‘No Mow May’. But what’s wrong with letting your lawn grow for the whole month of May without cutting it? If you are concerned about the health of your lawn, there’s potentially some downsides to ‘No Mow May’.
Want to hear about the latest and greatest information on turf? How about a plug for the 2021 Ohio Turfgrass Foundation Short Course and Tradeshow, which will once again be held in collaboration with the 2021 OSU Green Industry Short Course. The face-to-face event will be held the first full week in December at the Columbus Convention Center. Monday will include some pre-conference options, with concurrent sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
On Fridays, the OSU Turfgrass Team records their timely Turfgrass Times. Early in the season, the group recorded these video updates every other week, but as we are into the season, expect these turfgrass updates on a weekly basis. Team regulars included Dr. Karl Danneberger; Dr. David Gardner; Dr. Ed Nangle; Joe Rimelspach; Dr. Zane Raudenbush; Dr. Pamela Sherratt; and Dr. Dave Shetlar (aka the Bug Doc); and occassional special guests.
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