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.
Last Friday, the OSU Turfgrass Team recorded their timely Turfgrass Times. Team regulars included Dr. David Gardner; Dr. Ed Nangle; Joe Rimelspach; and Dr. Dave Shetlar (aka the Bug Doc); with two special guests OSU's Dr. Karl Danneberger and meteorologist Ben Gelber NBC4 WCMH-TV.
Check out the latest video from the OSU Turfgrass Team - Turfgrass Times. The recording was made on Friday, April 10, 2020. Thanks to Dr. David Gardner, Dr. David Shetlar, Joe Rimelspach, Dr. Pamela Sherratt and Dr. Ed Nangle.
Remember the majority of turfgrass problems are not caused by diseases but are the result of two key factors.
#1. Adverse weather conditions that are not conducive for growing cool-season grasses.
#2. Injury or damage to the turfgrass plants from use and ware and/or maintenance procedure that were not properly executed.
Check out the most recent Turfgrass Times recorded August 30, 2019. This session includes updates from Dr. David Gardner; Dr. Ed Nangle; Joe Rimelspach; Dr. Dave Shetlar (aka the Bug Doc); and Dr. Pam Sherratt.
Here is your link to the weekly video update (recorded on 08.09.2019) from the OSU Turfgrass Team. Updates are from Dr. David Shetlar, aka The Bug Doc; Dr. David Gardner; Dr. Ed Nangle; Dr. Pamela Sherratt; and Karl Dannenberger.