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January / February, 2010
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  March / April, 2010
USGA Green Section Record
Topics Page
Table of Contents 0
Breaking the Winter Green Addiction 1
Foliar Nutrient Uptake by Cool-Season and Warm-Season Turfgrasses 7
We Need a Rain Check! 10
Leaf and Sheath Blight of Bermudagrass Putting Greens 14
The Five-Day Program 17
FLOG - What Turfgrass Would Call It If Given a Choice! 20
Perfectly True: Fast is Important, but Smooth and True are, too 24
Chemical Storage Upgrades 28
Start Your Own Bird Business! 30
2010 USGA Green Section Education Conference 35
Turn Off the TV and Look in the Mirror 36
USGA Green Section Record Index IN
Turf Twisters (back cover) BC
Topics/Date Page
The Evolution of a Putting Green 1
Grow Your Career Beyond Growing Turf 8
Exploring Nectar Sources for Wasps that Kill Mole Crickets 12
Topdressing Fairways: More is Better 15
Acid Substitutes and pH Reduction 18
All Aboard: Part 2: Working Together has Never Been More Essential 23
Population and Community Responses of Reptiles to Golf Courses 28
Core Cultivation: Timing is Everything 32
Low-Impact Development Comes to Puerto Rico 34
It's About Time: A Comprehensive Time/Labor Study can Help Prioritize Limited Resources 36
USGA Green Section Record Index IN
Turf Twisters (back cover) BC
March 26, 2010
-Turn Off the TV and Look in the Mirror
-Has Spring Arrived?
-A Method to Give a Goose to Your Goose
-Video - 2010 USGA Architecture Forum
April 2, 2010
-The Evolution of a Putting Green
-It's About Time
-The Desired Effect - Action Following Preparation and Patience
-Here Comes Another Summer
-It's Always a Factor
-Annual Bluegrass Weevil
-Turf Twister: Dealing with Encroachment
April 9, 2010
-All Aboard: Working Together has Never been More Essential
-Grow Your Career Beyond Growing Turf
-Glimmers of Hope
-Spring Fever
-Rounds for Research Auction Begins
-TV Golf Versus Daily Play
-History Lesson - August 1925 Bulletin of the Green Section: Reducing Upkeep Expenses
April 16, 2010
-Population and Community Responses of Reptiles to Golf Courses
-Core Cultivation: Timing is Everything
-Investing in Excellence
-The Calendar Says April, but What About the July Feeling?
-Winterkill Impact - Evaluation, Recovery and Procedures
-Bermudagrass Winter Injury
-Precision Turfgrass Management - A Glimpse into the Future
April 23, 2010
-Golfers: Why do They Water the Greens While You are Trying to Play Golf?
-Topdressing Fairways: More is Better
-Consider Your Options
-Slow to Recover
-Winterkill Impact - Evaluation, Recovery and Procedures
-Bermudagrass Winter Injury
-The Winter was Tough on Poa annua Areas too!
April 30, 2010
-For Good Golf and Good Turf - Use Less Water
-Winter Injury to Poa annua - How Bad was It?
-Maintenance Facilities - Best Management Practices
-Acid Substitutes and pH Reduction
-Finally the Grass has Started to Grow
-Selecting Hole Locations
May / June, 2010
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  July/August, 2010
USGA Green Section Record

Topics/Date Page
Table of Contents 0
2010 Green Section Education Conference 1
Dan Potter: The 2010 Recipient of the USGA Green Section Award 2
The Hidden Cost of Trees 4
Your Piece of the Revenue Pie 9
Firm and Fast, at Last! 12
Getting the Word Out - It's Easier Than You Think! 16
Perils and Pluses of "In-House" Renovations 19
A Labor of Love or a Love of Labor? 24
A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned 28
Does the Grass Know the Cost? 32
USGA Green Section Record Index IN
Turf Twisters (back cover) BC
May 6, 2010
-Golfers - Do You Hate Aerated Greens? Do You Think the Superintendent Intentionally Punches Holes in the Greens Every Time They Get Really Good?
-Maintenance Facilities - Best Management Practices
-Winter Injury Across the Country - Survey Results
-The Economic Challenges Continues
May 14, 2010
-Are You the Only One Who Feels Like...?
-Get a Professional Opinion on Your Bunkers
-The 2010 Nashville Flood: A Report from the Front Lines
-What Month is it Anyway?
-Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!
-Can Zoysiagrass Really Spring Back?
May 21, 2010
-Q&A with Patrick Gross, U.S. Open Agronomist
-Neshanic Valley Making a Difference
-Bermudagrass Disease Update
-Ante Up
-Wet, Dry, Warm and Cold...We have Already Had It All!
May 28, 2010
-Behind the Scenes at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach
-Bermudagrass Disease Update
-The Calendar Says GO, but the Weather Says WHOA!
-Are You Ready for Summer?
June 4, 2010
-The Hidden Cost of Trees
-Positive Trumps Negative Every Time
-Is It Time to Kill the Ryegrass?
-Spring Rough is Rough!
-Transition into Summer
-USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research
June 11, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 1
-What the 'Hail' was that?
-Your Piece of the Revenue Pie
-Mower Setup and Surface Management Strategies for Ultradwarf Bermudagrass
-Green Speed Issues and Annual Bluegrass Weevils
June 17, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 2
-Be Sure to Visit the Official Site of the U.S. Open Championship
-A National Championship Takes a Team Effort
-Want Your Course to Look Like What You See on Television?
-Report from the 2010 U.S. Open
-As the Worm Turns
June 25, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 3
-Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder
-Firm and Fast, at Last!
-Turf Twister: Saline Water, Leaching, and Water Savings
-Taking the "Ick" Out of Excess Organic Material
July 2, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 4
-Where Would You Cut First?
-Does the Grass Know the Cost?
-Summertime Cultivations Ramp Up in Florida
-Buckle Your Seatbelts and Strap On Your Helmets, the Season has Begun!
July 9, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 5
-Do You Like the Speed of Your Greens?
-A USGA Video - Venting at the U.S. Women's Open at Oakmont
-Perils and Pluses of "In-House" Renovations
-Adjust and Adapt
-Spring, Summer, Fall and It's Only July
July 16, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 6
-Feeling the Heat - Course Conditions Suffering in the Midwest
-The Other Shoe has Dropped - and Courses are Feeling the Pain
-Summer Survival Mode - Record Conditions are Taking a Toll
-Irrigation Management and Water Conservation Efforts in California - Good Ideas that Work Everywhere
-A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned
July 23, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 7
-A Guide for Green Committee Members
-What is the USGA Green Section?
-Superintendents and Golfers Think Alike When It Comes to Green Speed - Who Would Have Guessed?
-USGA-Funded Turfgrass Research that Directly Impacts You - The Development of Drought- and Salt-Tolerant Grasses
-Revenge of the Triplex Ring
July 30, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 8
-Putting Greens are Struggling to Survive Across Much of the Country: Bentgrass and Poa annua Greens are Hard-Hit
--From the Southeast
--From the Mid-Atlantic
--From the Northeast
-A Labor of Love or a Love of Labor?
-Ever Been Hit by a Golf Ball? Hurts Doesn't It!
August 6, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 9
-Survey on Green Conditions and Practices at Your Course
-Timely Green Section Record Articles to Help Your Course Through This Difficult Summer
-A Record Breaking Summer
-Lose a Battle to Win the War
-Precision Irrigation - The Key to Firm and Fast Playing Conditions
August 13, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 10
-Dr. Dan Potter: Enemy Number One to Black Cutworms
-Extreme Conditions Call for Conservative Actions
-Come on September!
-Summer Heat Wave Facts
-Summer Slow Time, or is It?
-Southern Region Agronomists Pat Gross and Brian Whitlark Discuss Three Major Issues
August 20, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 11
-Is It Time to Rebuild Your Greens?
-Water Conservation for Everyone
-"History Never Looks Like History When You are Living Through It." - George Santaya (1863-1952)
-2-4-6-8 We don't Need to Cultivate
-The Heat Goes On!
August 27, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 12
-You Fix Ball Marks - Right?
-Prepping for the Winter
-Mini Rings Outbreaks Happening Now
-A Region by Region Review of the Summer of 2010
-How is Your Fescue - Fine?
-Evaluating the New England Velvet Bentgrass Collection
September, 2010
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  October, 2010
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September 3, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 13
-Let's Step Back from the Edge of Failure
-How Bad was it? A Pictorial Summary
-A Region by Region Review of What Happened and Why
--From the North-Central Region
--From the Mid-Atlantic Region
--From the Northeast Region
--From the Southeast Region
--From the Mid-Continent Region
-Summer of 2010: From Bad to Worse
September 10, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 14
-Is This the Year to Skip Overseeding and Paint Instead?
-A Retrospective Look
-Was the Summer of 2010 the Hottest in History?
-Green Speed Takes Backseat to Turf Health
-USGA Green Section Summer Internship Program
September 17, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 15
-The Miser's Makeover
-Grass Choice Changes the Game
-Is PCNB Gone? What are Your Options?
-A Funny Thing Happened at the Course the Other Day...
September 24, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 16
-A Wash Pad Alternative with the Environment in Mind
-Bacterial Wilt Survey
-Organic Matter Dilution Programs for Sand-Based Putting Greens
-Kite Aerial Photography (KAP)
October 1, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 17
-Guest Author - Robert T. Jones, Jr.: Why Keep Putting Greens Soft?
-Making Green Committees More Productive
-What a Year! The Challenges Continue
-End of Summer? Not Yet in Florida
-Bacterial Wilt Survey Results
October 8, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 18
-All Aboard!
-Putting Your Muscle Where Your Heart is
-Adding Culture to Golf at St. Eugene
-Changing of the Guard
-From One Challenge to Another
October 15, 210, Vol. 48, No. 19
-Help Us get the Word Out!
-Goat Power!
-Summer Recovery Tips
-Deer Damage in Paradise
-WWII and Turfgrass Research
October 22, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 20
-So You Think You Want to Play Championship Conditions All the Time?
-Core Cultivation: Timing is Everything
-There is No Time Like the Present
-Florida Hosts Two USGA Championships
-Fall, Foliage, and Fertilizer
October 29, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 21
-The Stimpmeter: Friend or Foe?
-Nature is Taking Its Course
-Concerning Phosphorus
-Get up for the Coming Winter
November, 2010
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  December, 2010
USGA Green Section Record

November 5, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 22
-Understanding and Appreciating Firmness
-The Value of a Qualified Equipment Manager
-Summer 2010 - Lessons Learned for Bentgrass Management
-Summer Lessons Learned in 2010
-Leaves and Planning
November 12, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 23
-Sending a Message
-Mother Nature is Talking
-Evaluating Bermudagrass Cultivars for Traffic Tolerance and Recuperative Ability
-Bentgrass management and the Summer of 2010 Recording Now Available
November 19, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 24
-Irrigation Performance Guarantee
-An Insurance Policy and Much More
-Short Memory
-The End is Near, but Other Issues are Around the Corner
-Time to Catch a Few Rays!
December 3, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 25
-Going Green can have Multiple Benefits
-Practicing Environmental Stewardship Results in More Money in the Bank for This Southern Nevada Golf Course
-Green Firmness and Proper Repair Technique are Crucial
-Conference Season is Here!
-The Transition from Fall to Winter
-The Gifts of Time - TAS and Apps for Your Phone
-Early Winter Course Conditions in Florida
December 10, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 26
-In-House Versus Contract Renovations: Can Our Crew do that?
-Researching Perennial Ryegrass Winter Survival
-Shake 'N Rake
-Now What? Take One Step Forward at a Time
-What do You Get When a Newspaper Reporter Crosses Bluegrass, Buffalo, and Bermuda - Bint Grass of Course!
December 17, 2010, Vol. 48, No. 27
-The Putting Green Performance Pyramid
-2011 Golf Industry Show: Ensuring Sustained Facility and Industry Success
-Nutrient and Pesticide Losses from Bermudagrass Fairway Turf
-Jack Frost is Already Nipping
-Carbon Copy
-Reflections from 2010 - Thoughts for 2011
-Ultradwarf Bermudagrass Putting Green Conversion - Q&A
-Walking 'Round in Winter Wonderland
-The 12 Days of Christmas - Golf Course Superintendent Version
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