Video of Dr. Karl Danneberger explaining cold hardiness in turfgrass:
The Ohio State University Turf Club attended the 2017 Sportsturf Managers Association Conference at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. During the conference, the turf club brought two teams for the STMA student challenge. The student challenge is a competition for challenging the knowledge and skills in the sports turf industry from grass identification, irrigation, knowledge of STMA to math. Ohio State placed 6th and 13th out of 28 teams. Also at the conference, Amanda Folck received the Gary Vanden Burg Internship Grant for her internship at Arsenal Football Club in England. The STMA conference is a good opportunity for students to meet with the professionals in the sports turf industry in the states and abroad.
For the Athletic, Synthetic, and Baseball Field Management Certificates: things would look a little different for the courses on Carmen. All of the courses from The Ohio State University is switching servers from Carmen’s D2L to a newer system called Canvas. Continue reading
Mark your calendars! New dates have been announced for the 20th Annual Ohio State Sportsturf Short Course on February 22-23, 2017. We will update the Short Course page on u.osu.edu often with more information in the coming weeks on its own page here.
On April 7th, the College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) hosted the 2016 Recognition Banquet. This banquet recognize students, faculty, staff and supporters in the college for their many accomplishments.
Amanda Folck (pictured left, with Dr. Karl Danneberger & Pam Sherratt) received the Outstanding Student Employee award from CFAES. Continue reading
During the 2016 Sports turf Short Course, the Ohio State University Turfgrass Science team recognized Tanner Turner as the 2016 Joe Motz Sports Turf Student of the Year. Continue reading
With spring just a few weeks away, it’s time to start planning season fertilizer programs! We offer some information on soil test costs and nutrient sufficiency ranges for turfgrass, as well as a helpful table on calculating the amount of fertilizer needed based on nitrogen analysis.. Continue reading