February • Volume 82 • Number 2

Achievement, generosity, friendship are links that join the three recipients of the 2014 GCSAA Col. John Morley Distinguished Service Award.
By Bunny Smith

GCM epub icon Working for change
Roger Stewart, CGCS, adds GCSAA's 2014 President's Award for Environmental Stewardship to a well-deserved collection of honors.
By Joseph Oberle
GCM epub icon Where the wild things are
Changing from bentgrass to bermudagrass allowed a Tennessee superintendent to create a haven for wildlife and earn the No. 1 spot in the 2013 Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards.
By Teresa Carson
GCM epub icon Using controlled burns in out-of-play native areas
Planning, safety are top considerations for this maintenance practice on golf courses.
By Scott R. Spooner
Overseeding preparation techniques for fairway seashore paspalum
Overseeding practices for bermudagrass do not always work for seashore paspalum. A combination of herbicide, mowing and verticutting is key to successful transition.
By D.M. Kopec, Ph.D., J. Gilbert, M.S., M. Pessarakli, Ph.D., and S.P. Nolan
Environmentally friendly golf
Reducing chemical use and adopting best management practices can make golf courses playable and environmentally friendly.
By Jennifer Grant, Ph.D.
GCM epub icon Cutting edge
By Teresa Carson
GCM epub icon Turf
Not so pretty in pink
GCM epub icon Shop
Practice, patience needed for plastic welding
GCM epub icon Advocacy
Southern drought spurs EGR winner
GCM epub icon Environment
Exploring golf's carbon sequestration
GCM epub icon Technology
Efficient technology