January • Volume 82 • Number 1

Muddied waters
Contradictory rules regarding fertilization practices have stirred up controversy and confusion in the state of Florida.
By Stacie Zinn Roberts
GCM epub icon From the roots up: Preventing tree injuries
When it comes to trees, Ben Franklin's advice is best: "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
By John C. Fech, Ph.D.
GCM epub icon Fear and loathing and the ADA
Adapting golf courses for disabled golfers isn't just the right thing to do, it's also a good investment for the game.
By Jim Ferrin, CGCS, and Sam Samuelson, CGCS
GCM epub icon 2014 GCSAA Education Conference
and Golf Industry Show

Outsiders' Orlando; Center stage stars; Turf Bowl XX; There's no business like small businesses; Trade show map; Meet the exhibitors; Candidates; Membership milestones
Just what the grass requires: Using minimal levels for sustainable nutrition
Good turf performance can be achieved at lower nutrient levels.
By Micah Woods, Ph.D.; Larry Stowell, Ph.D.; and Wendy Gelernter, Ph.D.
Finding the balance
Core aeration affects turf health, soil physical properties and the playability of golf course greens.
By Jeff Atkinson, M.S. and Bert McCarty, Ph.D.
GCM epub icon Cutting edge
By Teresa Carson
GCM epub icon Turf
Breaking the language barrier
GCM epub icon Shop
Retrofit EFI: Is it worth consideration?
GCM epub icon Advocacy
Making contact
GCM epub icon Environment
Gently down the stream
GCM epub icon Career
Winning interview strategies