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January / February, 2006
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  March / April, 2006
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Rebuild or Resurface: Greens Must Be Rebuilt Every 15 to 20 Years, Even Those of USGA Method Construction - Or Do They? 1
Resistant Turfgrasses for Improved Chinch Bug Management 7
Roughing It With Bermudagrass: A Review of Basic Management Practices for the Dominant Warm-Season Turfgrass Used in Roughs 12
The Annual Bluegrass Weevil Rears Its Ugly Head 16
Bonne Etiquette!: Golf Course Superintendents and the Green Committee Can Lead the Way 18
Mowing Rough to Minimize Runoff 21
Paying the Price for Success: An Open Letter to Aspiring Turfgrass Professionals 26
GeoCamp is Here Again!: Golf Courses Participate in a Program to Help Young Students Become "Habitat Heroes" 30
A Blueprint for Management: Shaping the Audubon Program to Address Golf's Environmental Concerns 32
Publications 34
2006 USGA Green Section Education Conference Golf Industry Show 35
Speed Demons: Who's to Blame in the Need for Speed? 36
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Factors Affecting Success: Having the Wisdom to Know What You Can and Cannot Control! 1
Understanding Wet Wilt: Shedding Some Light on an Unfamiliar Subject 7
Low-Carb Diet: Rutgers University Scientists Demonstrate How the Combination of High Temperatures and Low Mowing Leads to Carbohydrate Depletion of Putting Green Turf 10
Lessons Learned on Putting Greens During the Summer of 2005 13
Charles Vancouver Piper: The Agrostologist 17
The Common Problems of Irrigation Installation Projects 21
Nitrogen Fate in Mature Turf 26
Ivan Visits Valley Brook Country Club 29
The Benefits of Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Certification 34
Dr. Glenn Burton 35
New Publication Available 35
"Why Do You Aerate When I'm Trying to Play Golf?" 35
Take the Challenge: The Green Section's Turf Advisory Service Helps Pave the Way to Proper Preparation and the Ability to Handle Tough Weather 36
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May / June, 2006
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  July / August, 2006
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Dr. Robert C. Shearman: 2006 USGA Green Section Award Recipient 2
Natural Areas: Wild or Wonderful? 4
Buffalo-Blow Your H2O: A Leaf Blower and Misting System can be an Effective Way to Help Greens Survive a Hot Summer 8
GMOs - A Crossroads for the Turfgrass Industry 10
Does This Stuff Work or Not?: An Experimental Green in Waco, Texas, May Help Answer the Question 14
The Little Roller That Could: A Useful Technique to Firm Up Soft Greens After Close-Center Aeration 17
It's All About the People: How to Get the Most Out of Your Most Important Asset 18
Write It Down: Using a Master Calendar to be Prepared 20
The Truth About Trees 22
Mixing It Up: Preparing Chemical Spray Batches in a Large-Volume Tank Saves Time and Improves Worker Productivity 26
Zontek Receives Distinguished Service Award 28
Nelson Recognized with 'Senior Agronomist' Designation 28
New Education Materials Available 28
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The Best and Brightest Available 1
Non-Target Effects of Fungicide Applications on Microbial Populations of Putting Greens 9
An Organic Approach to Golf Course Management 13
Green Speed: Trick or Treat? 17
Nutrient Loss from a Golf Course Watershed 20
Master Plans: The Do's and Don'ts for Membership Approval 26
The Driving Force!: Nitrogen - Still an Essential Building Block for Sustaining Healthy Grass 30
Searchable Native Plant Database Now Available 35
I Want It Perfect - NOW!: High-Quality Golf Course Conditions Take Time 36
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September / October, 2006
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  November / December, 2006
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Understanding and Managing Mechanical Damange 1
Perfecting a Good Relationship with Your Green Chairman 6
Customized Cultivation 9
Stream Restoration Project Hits 'Hole in One' at Delaware Golf Course 14
Overseeding Fine Fescue in Buffalograss Turfs 20
The National Turfgrass Research Initiative 26
Special Services 31
Golf and the Environment Around the World 33
2007 Turf Advisory Service Fees 35
Meet the Staff 35
Physical Soil Testing Laboratories 35
Bermudagrass - "Old Faithful" 36
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Selecting the Right Grass 1
Physical Soil Testing 9
Water and Turfgrass in the Arid Southwest 12
Soil Testing Methods for Sand-Based Putting Greens 15
Converting Bermudagrass to Seashore Paspalum 19
So You Want to be a Golf Course Superintendent? 22
Physical and Chemical Soil Characteristics of Aging Golf Greens 26
Improving Environmental Performance 31
Look Before You Leap 33
Bevard Recognized with 'Senior Agronomist' Designation 35
What Were They Thinking? 35
It Takes a Team: Working Together Toward a Common Goal 36
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