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Monday, June 11, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Erica Fearn

When considering the importance of environmental protection in the production of functional turf, careful planning in anticipation of restricted water use and drought is extremely important. Management strategies that not only conserve water but also yield a more drought tolerant turf take time and continued effort to implement. 

In our Irrigation and Water Conservation Series, Dr. Scott Ebdon explains the fine points of estimating turf irrigation needs using meteorological data as determined by many years of collaborative research at the University of Massachusetts. In addition, Dr. Ebdon details best management and water conserving irrigation practices that produce a more drought hardy and higher quality turf.

New titles in this series:

  • Use of Meteorological Data to Estimate Irrigation Requirements of Recreational Turf: ET and Crop Coefficients for the Cool-Humid Region

  • Drought Resistance and Efficient Irrigation for the Cool-Humid Region

Thank you,

The UMass Extension Turf Program

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