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*Leaflet
Annual Bluegrass is Prone to Winter Injury Unites States Golf Association. 2014. [Far Hills, New Jersey]: United States Golf Association. [2] pp.click here237000
*Newsletter
The roller coaster ride of winter 2014Charbonneau, Pamela. 2014. Green is Beautiful. Winter. p. 22-24.click here239135
*Professional
Winter-weary golfers need to be patient USGA Green Section. 2014. United States Golf Association. April. p. 1-2.click here238922
*Newsletter
Now is the winter of our discontentBarber, Chuck. 2014. On Course [MAGCS]. April. 67(12): p. 4-6.click here238812
*Professional
Winter woes? Come to St. JohnMinner, David. 2014. SportsTurf. April. 30(4): p. 50.click here238394
*Professional
Winter whips: Uncertainty into transition prospectsAnonymous. 2014. Carolinas Green. March/April. p. 31-32.click here237909
*Professional
*Image
[Winter morning at Shennocossett]Morrison, Eric S. 2014. Golf Course Management. March. 82(3): p. 120.click here237697
*Professional
Cold winter could impact herbicide decisionsAnonymous. 2014. Turf News [TPI]. March/April. 38(2): p. 12.click here237765
*Trade
Surviving a winter of discontentMcPherson, David. 2014. Turf & Recreation. March. 27(2): p. 22, 24, 27.click here238809
*Trade
Get out, damn spot!: Record lows this winter won't force superintendents to alter their standard dollar spot programsStahl, Jason. 2014. Golf Course Industry. March. 26(3): p. 36, 38-41.click here238867
*Professional
Is winter over yet?Moeller, Adam. 2014. United States Golf Association. March 17. p. [1].click here238239
*Professional
Winter weather continues to confoundOatis, David. 2014. United States Golf Association. March 5. p. [1-2].click here238242
*Professional
*Video; Webcast
Severe winter concerns01:04:18. United States Golf Association. United States Golf Association. 2014. United States Golf Association. March 18.click here238918
*Professional
Winter golf course management: References you can useAnonymous. 2014. USGA Green Section Record. March 21. 52(6): p. 1-2.click here237566
*Trade
*Interview
Will my putting green turf survive winter?Throssell, Clark. 2014. Golfdom. February. 70(2): p. 39.click here236900
*Newsletter
Winter workoutsPlaczkowski, Brian. 2014. On Course [MAGCS]. February. 67(10): p. 3.click here236814
*Trade
Get a jump on old man winterHarwood, Phil. 2014. Turf [North Edition]. February. 27(2): p. B6, B8.click here238175
*Trade
Evil weevils: Experts weigh in on the impact this wild winter will have on annual bluegrass weevil populationsTorsiello, John. 2014. Golf Course Industry. February. 26(2): p. 22-24, 26-28.click here238838
*Trade
Ultimate survivor: This winter's frigid temperatures may impact Pythium, but don't count it out of the fight just yetThomas, Rob. 2014. Golf Course Industry. February. 26(2): p. 38-40.click here238844
*Professional
North of 60Wirth, Derek. 2014. GreenMaster. January/February. 49(1): p. 26-28.click here236300
*Professional
Recovering from winter disease and damage: Patience, healthy turf, communication all important to weathering the winterCousineau, Marc. 2014. GreenMaster. January/February. 49(1): p. 32-33.click here236302
*Newsletter
The winter environmentKoch, Paul. 2014. The Grass Roots. January/February. 43(1): p. 8, 10.click here236978
*Professional
Winter injury fearsBevard, Darin S. 2014. United States Golf Association. January 9. p. 1-3.click here235595
*Professional
A real winter with freezes and everythingWhite, Bud. 2014. United States Golf Association. January 6. p. 1-2.click here235626
*Professional
Winter issues in the SouthwestGross, Pat. 2014. United States Golf Association. January 8. p. 1-3.click here235635
*Trade
Late seeding and winterkill risk: A summary of winterkill information and options for establishing turf nowReicher, Zac. 2013. Golf Course Industry. November. 25(11): p. 48, 50.click here233060
*Professional
*Slide; Video; Webcast
Sampling greens for winterkillVavrek, Bob. 2013. United States Golf Association. October 25.12 slides; Audio: 06:14.click here235649
*Professional
Covers can cure the winterkill bluesVavrek, Bob. 2013. United States Golf Association. April 15. p. 1-3.click here219083
*Newsletter
[Extreme weather affecting course conditions]Hines, Scottie. 2013. Hole Notes. March. 45(2): p. 8-9.click here217172
*Newsletter
Research summary 2012 and plans for 2013 I.: Management strategies to alleviate winterkill on golf coursesFrank, Kevin W. 2013. News Notes [Michigan Turfgrass Foundation]. Spring. 5(1): p. 17.click here219108
*Professional
Winterkill... understanding, preventing and diagnosing itMcCarty, Bert; Miller, Grady. 2013. Virginia Turfgrass Journal. January/February. p. 12-16.click here217615
*Newsletter
UW turf team visits NorwaySoldat, Doug. 2012. The Grass Roots. September/October. 41(5): p. 16, 18.click here211971
*Newsletter
In the grip of winterFlaherty, Gerald. 2012. Grass Clippings [Idaho]. July. p. 4, 6, 8.click here229226
*Newsletter
Research projects in the Turfgrass Nutrition and Soils Program I.: Management strategies to alleviate winterkill on golf coursesFrank, Kevin W. 2012. News Notes [Michigan Turfgrass Foundation]. Spring. 5(1): p. 14-15.click here201920
*Professional
Early spring detection of winterkill and preemergence herbicide useReicher, Zac. 2012. UNL Turfgrass Extension | University of Nebraska - Lincoln. February 23. p. 1.click here198762
*Professional
Putting the heat on winterkillMcCarty, Bert. 2012. Carolinas Green. January/February. p. 12-13.click here199831
*Report
Low temperature physiology of cool-season turfgrassesDaCosta, Michelle. 2011. Proceedings of the Twentieth Anniversary Rutgers Turfgrass Symposium. p. 15.click here179539
*Report
Management strategies to alleviate winterkill on golf coursesFrank, Kevin W.; Bryan, Jeff; Hathaway, Aaron; Calhoun, Ronald. 2011. Golf Course Turfgrass Field Day. p. 16.click here210030
*Refereed
Winterkill and strategy of golf course management: A reviewLee, Sang-Kook. 2011. Asian Journal of Turfgrass Science. 25(2): p. 133-137.click here215232
*Newsletter
A variety of winter preparation practices by MGCSA membersIsche, Jeff; Gossman, Jeramie; O'Connor, Donnacha; Schmitz, Jake; Proshek, Tom; Nicol, Jim; Manthey, Mike; Stoneback, Wes; Johnson, Jeff; Tritabaugh, Chris; Bade, James; Hines, Scottie; Caldwell, Dale; Mackenzie, Jack. 2011. Hole Notes. August. 43(7): p. 15, 18-19, 21.click here188365
*Professional
Weathering the storm - bermudagrass winterkill 2010-11Goatley, Mike Jr.; Askew, Whitnee; Ervin, Erik. 2011. Virginia Turfgrass Journal. July/August. p. 14-17.click here188506
*Newsletter
Winter killHorgan, Brian. 2011. Hole Notes. July. 43(6): p. 8-9.click here187023
*Trade
*Interview
Repairing winter damage on annual bluegrass greensThrossell, Clark. 2011. Golfdom. March. 67(3): p. 41.click here187790
*Newsletter
Understanding winterkill of cool-season turfgrassesGaussoin, Roch; Reicher, Zach. 2011. The Bulletin [Nebraska]. March 7. p. [1-3].click here177839
*Newsletter
Understanding winterkill of cool-season turfgrassesGaussoin, Roch; Reicher, Zac. 2011. The Bulletin [Nebraska]. Spring. 31(4): p. 1-4.click here220245
*Professional
Winterkill research updateCalhoun, Ronald. 2011. MSU Turfgrass Science Program. January 20. p. [1].click here175574
*Professional
*Video
Winterkill research at MSUCalhoun, Ron. 2011. MSU Turfgrass Science Program. January 20.02:49.click here190575
*Professional
One result, many causesVavrek, Bob. 2011. United States Golf Association. January 18. p. 1-3.click here175375
*Professional
Rolling with the punches in North CarolinaCarson, Teresa. 2010. Golf Course Management. November. 78(11): p. 66.click here171923
*Professional
Operations change prompts assessment of projectsAnonymous. 2010. GreenMaster. November/December. 45(6): p. 29-32, 34.click here173420
*Newsletter
Ice caps: An ecological approach to Poa control?Stier, John. 2010. The Grass Roots. November/December. 39(6): p. 4-5, 7.click here175945
*Professional
Winterkill: Preventing winter injury and speeding recovery when damage occursZontek, Stanley J. 2010. Bulletin for Sports Surface Management. October. 251: p. 30-31.click here174741
*Professional
Winterkill still evident in JulyFrank, Kevin. 2010. MSU Turfgrass Science Program. July 13. p. [1].click here168590
*Popular
Winterkill still impacting greensFrank, Kevin. 2010. Michigan State University's Landscape Crop Advisory Team Alert. July 16. 25(13): p. [2].click here174377
*Professional
*Slide
Assessing and recovering from winter-kill of bermudagrass in OklahomaMartin, Dennis. 2010. OSU Turfgrass Program [Oklahoma State University]. May 7.54 slides.click here166968
*Professional
Can zoysiagrass really spring back?McClellan, Ty. 2010. United States Golf Association. May 14. p. 1-3.click here162651
*Professional
Winterkill recovery methods* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)Frank, Kevin. 2010. MSU Turfgrass Science Program. April 12. p. [1].click here162129
*Professional
Winterkill across Michigan* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)Frank, Kevin. 2010. MSU Turfgrass Science Program. April 12. p. [1].click here162130
*Popular
Winterkill recovery on golf coursesFrank, Kevin. 2010. Michigan State University's Landscape Crop Advisory Team Alert. April 16. 25(2): p. 2-3.click here174352
*Newsletter
Winter kill looms: As chilling prospectAnonymous. 2010. Carolinas Green. March/April. p. 20.click here163697
*Professional
Protecting greens in winter: A cost-benefit analysis can help superintendents design a winter protection program that suits their needsLarsen, Andrew. 2010. Golf Course Management. March. 78(3): p. 86-88, 90, 92, 94, 96, 98, 100, 102.click here160411
*Professional
Winter damage (kill)* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail) MSU Turf Team. 2010. MSU Turfgrass Science Program. March 16. p. [1].click here162133
*Popular
Winterkill on golf coursesFrank, Kevin; Vargas, Joe Jr. 2010. Michigan State University's Landscape Crop Advisory Team Alert. March 26. 25(1): p. [1-2].click here174347
*Newsletter
Winter killBreen, Doug. 2010. Green is Beautiful. Spring. p. 34.click here166117
*Professional
Winterkill 2010?: Part III: Planning and planting improved cultivars for a better futurePatton, Aaron. 2010. University of Arkanas Turfgrass Science. February 4. p. [1-2].click here161038
 Winterkill 2010?: Part IV: Practices to enhance winter survivalPatton, Aaron. 2010. University of Arkanas Turfgrass Science. February 5. p. [1-2].click here161039
*Professional
Impacts of the arctic blastFoy, John H. 2010. United States Golf Association. February 4. p. 1-3.click here160190
*Professional
Winterkill: The wrath that is a Canadian winterCharbonneau, Pam. 2010. GreenMaster. January/February. 45(1): p. 19, 21, 23.click here159671
*Professional
Winter kill 2010?: Part I: Predicting the damage: What causes winterkill and how can we estimate our losses?Patton, Aaron; Richardson, Mike. 2010. University of Arkanas Turfgrass Science. January 22. p. [1-2].click here161020
*Professional
Winterkill 2010?: Part II: Preparation and recovery: What should you do or not do this spring to help your turf?Patton, Aaron; Richardson, Mike. 2010. University of Arkanas Turfgrass Science. January 22. p. [1-2].click here161028
*Professional
Winter-kill and responding to it nowMcCarty, Bert; Miller, Grady. 2010. TurfFiles - Turfgrass Information for North Carolina. January 11. p. [1-3].click here168855
*Professional
Roots are not elastic!Bevard, Darin S. 2010. United States Golf Association. January 15. p. 1-2.click here160248
*Report
*Thesis
Re-Establishment Techniques Following Winterkill* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail) Bogle, Erica Nicole. 2009. M.S. Thesis: Michigan State University. x, 62 pp.click here172923
*Report
Impact of mowing height and late autumn fertilisation on winter survival of golf greens in the Nordic countriesKvalbein, Agnar. 2009. Scandinavian Turfgrass and Environment Research Foundation Research and Development Yearbook 2009. p. 26-27.click here180312
*Report
Reestablishment of green turfgrass after winter damage, spring 2009Kvalbein, Agnar. 2009. Scandinavian Turfgrass and Environment Research Foundation Research and Development Yearbook 2009. p. 28-29.click here180313
*Newsletter
*Q & A
Sleuthing the culprits behind winter-killMcCarty, Bert. 2009. Carolinas Green. September/October. p. 15-17.click here156379
*Professional
The green in the bubble: A grounds crew gets creative and resurrects a once-dead green in days, not monthsCauley, Michael. 2009. Golf Course Management. September. 77(9): p. 62-64, 66, 68, 70, 72.click here154972
*Professional
Competitive turf: Overseeding for weed managementLyons, Eric M.; Elford, Evan. 2009. SportsTurf. August. 25(8): p. 14, 16.click here154402
*Professional
Winterkill, NOT DISEASE is causing June problems for warm-season turfgrassesMiller, Grady; Butler, Lee. 2009. TurfFiles - Turfgrass Information for North Carolina. June 19. p. [1].click here168865
*Trade
Winter damage in cool-season turfReicher, Zac. 2009. Purdue Turfgrass Science Program Publications. April 3. p. [1-2].click here146818
*Trade
Deep freeze: Don't let winter injury from numerous cold weather culprits get the best of your customers' lawns. Follow these tips for coaxing turf out of hibernationAnonymous. 2009. Lawn and Landscape. March. 30(3): p. 102.click here150711
*Professional
Winter worries???Zontek, Stanley J. 2009. USGA World Wide Web Site. February 18. p. [1-2].click here146388
*Professional
A winter's tale: Winterkill causes and recovery strategiesFrank, Kevin W. 2009. GreenMaster. January/February. 44(1): p. 18-20.click here146127
*Proceedings
Cold deacclimation of annual bluegrass and creeping bentgrassDaCosta, M. 2008. University of Massachusetts Turf Research Field Day. p. 132.click here184510
*Chapter*DOI link*
Cold-stress physiology and management of turfgrasses
Stier, John Clinton; Fei, Shui-zhang. 2008. p. 473-505. In: Pessarakli, Mohammad, ed. Handbook of Turfgrass Management and Physiology. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.click here128353
*Report
Turfgrass reestablishment techniques following winterkillFrank, Kevin W.; Bogle, Erica; Bryan, Jeff; Vargas, Joe Jr. 2008. 2007 MSU Turfgrass Research Reports. 3: p. [1-5].click here148285
*Professional
Christian Academy of Louisville wins Schools/Parks Football Field of the YearAnonymous. 2008. SportsTurf. December. 24(12): p. 39-41.click here143476
 *DOI link*
Freezing tolerance of selected perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) accessions and its association with field winterhardiness and turf traits
Hulke, Brent S.; Watkins, Eric; Wyse, Donald L.; Ehlke, Nancy J. 2008. Euphytica. September. 163(1): p. 131-141.click here173404
*Newsletter
Restoring greens after winterkill: There's always hope!Stier, John. 2008. The Grass Roots. May/June. 37(3): p. 5-7.click here147149
*Professional
Bermudagrass traffic tolerance - latest resultsBigelow, Cale A. 2008. SportsTurf. May. 24(5): p. 8, 10, 12, 14.click here136041
*Professional
Significant warmup & forsythia bloom. Residual winter injury, shade influences winterkill, and Poa auunua seedhead timing perfectSettle, Derek; Kane, Randy. 2008. CDGA Turf Scouting Reports. April 18. p. 1-8.click here167469
*Professional
Snow disappears in Chicago. Pink snow mold and winterkillSettle, Derek. 2008. CDGA Turf Scouting Reports. March 14. p. 1-7.click here167465
*Newsletter
Winterkill and a new putting green for irrigation research in 2008Frank, Kevin W. 2008. Newsnotes (Michigan Turfgrass Foundation). Spring. 1(1): p. 5.click here144105
*Report
Metabolic defense responses of bermudagrass during acclimation to freezing stress* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)Zhang, Xunzhong; Ervin, E. H. 2008. Acta Horticulturae. February. 783: p. 181-194.click here136260
*Professional
*Leaflet
Winter Damage on Bermudagrass Reicher, Zac; Bigelow, Cale; Powell, A. J.; Williams, David. 2007. [West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University]. [2] pp.click here129756
*Report
*Abstract or Summary only
*CD-ROM
Turfgrass re-establishment techniques following winterkillTitus, Erica; Frank, Kevin; Vargas, Joe. 2007. Abstracts: 2007 International Annual Meetings[ASA/CSSA/SSSA]. p. [1].click here130553
*Report
*Dissertation
Field Evaluation of Winterkill in Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua L.) and Creeping Bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) Valverde, Federico J. 2007. Ph.D. Dissertation: Iowa State University. vi, 91 pp.click here131098
*Report
*Abstract or Summary only
*CD-ROM
Fertilizer programs to facilitate restablishment following winterkillTitus, Erica; Frank, Kevin; Bryan, Jeff. 2007. Abstracts: 2007 International Annual Meetings[ASA/CSSA/SSSA]. p. [1].click here132266
*Newsletter
Turfgrass nutrition and putting green researchFrank, Kevin W. 2007. Newsnotes (Michigan Turfgrass Foundation). Summer. p. 25.click here136347
*Newsletter
Winterkill in warm-season turfgrasses...Reicher, Zac. 2007. The Louisiana Turfgrass Bulletin. 44(6): p. 4-5.click here141779
*Newsletter
Winterkill of turfgrassFrank, Kevin W. 2007. Sports Turf Manager [STA]. Winter. 20(4): p. 18-19.click here138684
*Refereed
*DOI link*
Turf covers for winter protection of bermudagrass golf greens* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)
Goatley, J. Michael Jr.; Sneed, J. Pat; Maddox, Victor L.; Stewart, Barry R.; Wells, D. Wayne; Philley, H. Wayne. 2007. Applied Turfgrass Science. December. 4(1): p. [1-9].click here123979
*Professional
Investment yields bermudagrass cultivars with high quality and improved cold-hardiness: Oklahoma State University Scientists continue to improve this crucial turfgrass for the golf industry.Martin, Dennis L.; Wu, Yanqi; Anderson, Jeff A.; Anderson, Michael P.; Bell, Gregory E.; Walker, Nathan R. 2007. USGA Green Section Record. November/December. 45(6): p. 27-31.click here130010
*Trade
Manitoba superintendents given primer on winter injuryLove, Myron. 2007. Turf & Recreation. November/December. 20(7): p. 36.click here143881
*Professional
Winterkill in warm-season turfgrassesReicher, Zac. 2007. Purdue Turfgrass Program Website. November 19. p. [1].click here193436
*Professional
Bermudagrass freeze tolerance: Some seeded and vegetatively propagated bermudagrass cultivars are more likely to tolerate severe winters in the transition zoneAnderson, Jeff; Taliaferro, Charles; Martin, Dennis; Wu, Yanqi; Anderson, Michael. 2007. Golf Course Management. October. 75(10): p. 110-113.click here128615
*Trade
Managing a working museum: Historic resort features courses from three eras of America golfLabbance, Bob. 2007. Turf: Central. October. 18(10): p. B12, B14, B16-B17, B30-B31.click here144747
*Professional
Greens tarping: A survival guide: Because winter is never perfect, superintendents need a protection strategy that helps their greens survive.Hiles, Scott. 2007. Golf Course Management. September. 75(9): p. 74, 76, 78, 80.click here127883
*Professional
Field evaluation of winterkill in annual bluegrass and creeping bentgrass: Creeping bentgrass is unaffected by ice cover, but annual bluegrass can suffer substantial injuryValverde, F. J.; Minner, D. D. 2007. Golf Course Management. September. 75(9): p. 88-93.click here127887
*Refereed
*DOI link*
Genetic variability and relationships for adaptive, morphological, and biomass traits in Chinese bermudagrass accessions* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)
Wu, Y. Q.; Taliaferro, C. M.; Martin, D. L.; Anderson, Jeffrey A.; Anderson, Michael P. 2007. Crop Science. September/October. 47(5): p. 1985-1994.click here128764
*Professional
Turf covers for winter protection of bermudagrass greens: Turf covers varied significantly in the range of daily temperatures they produced and the levels of photosynthetically active radiation they transmittedGoatley, J. Michael Jr.; Sneed, J. Pat; Maddox, Victor L.; Stewart, Barry R.; Wells, D. Wayne; Philley, H. Wayne. 2007. Golf Course Management. August. 75(8): p. 107-111.click here127599
*Refereed
*DOI link*
Winterhardiness and turf quality of accessions of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) from public collections* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)
Hulke, Brent S.; Watkins, Eric; Wyse, Donald; Ehlke, Nancy. 2007. Crop Science. July/August. 47(4): p. 1596-1602.click here127248
*Refereed
*DOI link*
Zoysiagrass species and genotypes differ in their winter injury and freeze tolerance* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)
Patton, Aaron J.; Reicher, Zachary J. 2007. Crop Science. July/August. 47(4): p. 1619-1627.click here127251
*Professional
Tough turf: Surviving winter's wrathCharbonneau, Pam. 2007. GreenMaster. April. 42(2): p. 30-34.click here128192
*Professional
Wacky winter weather worriesGoatley, Mike; Askew, Shawn; Horvath, Brandon; Youngman, Rod; Ervin, Erik. 2007. Virginia Turfgrass Journal. March/April. p. 22-25.click here123461
*Professional
Is spring here? ProbablyZontek, Stanley J. 2007. USGA World Wide Web Site. March 22. p. [1].click here138756
*Trade
Managing Bermudagrass during the winterWalsh, John. 2007. Golf Course Industry. February. 19(2): p. 14-15.click here125208
*Professional
Snow way: Late winter or early spring snow removal from putting greens is a common practice in the Rocky Mountains of the U.S.Nelson, Matt. 2007. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 45(1): p. 12-14.click here119365
*Professional
Cold as iceWhite, Bud. 2007. USGA World Wide Web Site. January 21. p. [1-2].Association Green Section.click here138893
*Professional
Perihelion: Midwinter turf management requires knowing the location of the sunNelson, Matt. 2007. USGA World Wide Web Site. January 17. p. [1-2].click here139200
*Report
*Abstract or Summary only
*CD-ROM
Turfgrass reestablishment techniques following winterkillTitus, Erika; Frank, Kevin W.; Vargas, J. M. Jr. 2006. Abstracts: 2006 International Annual Meetings [ASA/CSSA/SSSA]. p. [1].click here119070
*Report
Turfgrass reestablishment techniques following winterkillTitus, Erica N.; Frank, Kevin W.; Vargas, Joseph M. Jr. 2006. Michigan Turfgrass Field Day. p. 13.click here114348
*Newsletter
2006: The TDL year in reviewKoch, Paul. 2006. The Grass Roots. November/December. 35(6): p. 8-9.click here119422
*Newsletter
Autumn turf management for best winter hardinessStier, John. 2006. The Grass Roots. September/October. 35(5): p. 6-7, 9-11, 13.click here116965
*Professional
Prime tine [time]Vavrek, Bob. 2006. USGA World Wide Web Site. September 15. p. [1].click here138927
*Newsletter
The Great Microdochium Outbreak of 2006Koch, Paul. 2006. The Grass Roots. July/August. 35(4): p. 19, 21.click here113889
*Trade
Season of wither: Courses in mountain states, Canada come back after winterkillStott, Michael J. 2006. Golfweek's SuperNEWS. June 23. 8(11): p. 7.click here114263
*Newsletter
Class is in sessionUselding, Nate. 2006. Hole Notes. April. 37(3): p. 11.click here193318
*Professional
*Q & A
Dead lawn this springAnonymous. 2006. NMSU: Cooperative Extension Service. April 29. p. [1-2].click here162587
*Trade
Research alive for spring dead spot: Oklahoma State researchers make breakthrough on how to treat troubling turf diseasePioppi, Anthony. 2006. Golfdom. March. 62(3): p. 65-66.click here110823
*Newsletter
Racine CC greens management programs 2005Handrich, Mike. 2006. The Grass Roots. March/April. 35(2): p. 25, 27.click here110569
*Professional
Effects of fall-applied N and K on cold hardiness of perennial ryegrassEbdon, J. Scott; Webster, David E. 2006. TurfGrass TRENDS. January. p. 45, 48, 50, 52.click here109905
*Trade
*Editorial
Will balmy southern Ontario winter result in ice damage?Jiggens, Mike. 2006. Turf & Recreation. January/February. 19(1): p. 4.click here110904
*Report
Cold hardiness of inland saltgrassQian, Yaling; Shahba, Mohamed; Wilhelm, Sarah; Christensen, Dana; Hughes, Harrison; Koski, Tony. 2006. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online. January 1. 5(1): p. [1-9].click here108886
*Report
*Abstract or Summary only
Correlations of variables in perennial ryegrass, tall fescue, and fine fescue NTEP testsSamudio, Susan H.; Sellmann, Mark J. 2005. 2005 Annual Meeting Abstracts [ASA/CSSA/SSSA/CSSS]. p. [1].click here107747
*Report
*Abstract or Summary only
The impact of pre-plant phosphorus and potassium on turf type tall fescue establishmentHardebeck, Glenn; Bigelow, Cale; Walker, Kristina; Smith, Doug. 2005. 2005 Annual Meeting Abstracts [ASA/CSSA/SSSA/CSSS]. p. [1].click here107828
*LeafletWinterkill of Turfgrass Frank, Kevin W. 2005. East Lansing, Michigan: Extension, Michigan State University. [2] pp.click here110204
*Report
Winter Survival of zoysiagrass cultivars (2004-2005)Patton, Aaron; Reicher, Zac. 2005. 2005 Annual Report: Purdue University Turfgrass Science Program. p. [1-6].click here129840
*Proceedings
2005 year in reviewVavrek, Bob. 2005. Proceedings of the 75th Annual Michigan Turfgrass Conference. 75: p. [1-2].click here102891
*Professional
Effects of fall applied nitrogen and potassium on cold hardiness of perennial ryegrassEbdon, J. S.; Webster, D. E. 2005. Turf Notes [New England]. Winter. 11(1): p. 1-8.click here102826
*Professional
Bermudagrass putting green woesO'Brien, Patrick; Hartwiger, Christopher. 2005. USGA World Wide Web Site. July 12. p. [1-2].click here110614
*Professional
Proactive thaw for Michigan superintendentsAnonymous. 2005. Golf Course Management. June. 73(6): p. 20.click here104620
*Newsletter
Take advantage of Poa annua winterkill: Increase bentgrass on putting greensStier, John. 2005. The Grass Roots. May/June. 34(3): p. 4-5, 7, 9.click here105889
*Newsletter
Turf death isn't just for golf courses: How different turfgrasses survived the winter at the O.J. Noer FacilitySchwab, Tom. 2005. The Grass Roots. May/June. 34(3): p. 27, 29.click here105892
*Professional
Blue Valley SD overcomes winterkill to earn FOY "II"Anonymous. 2005. SportsTurf. May. 21(5): p. 38-39.click here141330
*Trade
Courses rebound from winterkill: Damage threatens to delay openings in upper MidwestBailey, Mike. 2005. Golfweek's SuperNEWS. May 20. 7(9): p. 2, 4.click here104406
*Trade
The truth is unavoidable. Deal with itMacKenzie, Jack. 2005. Golfweek's SuperNEWS. May 6. 7(8): p. 24.click here120170
*Professional
Blue Valley SD overcomes winterkill to earn FOYGill, Jody. 2005. SportsTURF. April. 21(4): p. 30-31.click here109259
*Trade
Northeast courses fight winterkill: Superintendents conduct study of damaging turf diseaseCarter, Keith. 2005. Golf Inc.. April. 14(4): p. 35.click here105999
*Popular
Winterkill recovery tips for golf coursesFrank, Kevin. 2005. Landscape Alert Newsletter. April 15. 20(2): p. 7.click here142112
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Wanted: The 'Dr. Zhivago' of turfAnonymous. 2005. Golfweek's SuperNEWS. April 8. 7(6): p. 1.click here119519
*Professional
Winterkill battleground in New EnglandAnonymous. 2005. Golf Course Management. March. 73(3): p. 20.click here102679
*Professional
Winter survival of seeded bermudagrass: The recent development of high-quality seeded bermuagrasses makes the choice of this species for fairways even more appealingRichardson, Michael D.; Karcher, Douglas E.; Boyd, John W. 2005. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 43(2): p. 15-18.click here103806
*Newsletter
When ice killsStier, John. 2005. The Grass Roots. March/April. 34(2): p. 4-5, 7.click here103467
*Newsletter
Another perspectiveMiller, Monroe S. 2005. The Grass Roots. March/April. 34(2): p. 27, 29.click here103474
*Newsletter
The coming of the greenMiller, Monroe S. 2005. The Grass Roots. March/April. 34(2): p. 51, 53-54.click here103489
*Trade
Superintendents form winterkill research groupAnonymous. 2005. Mountain West Turf. March/April. 5(2): p. 8.click here104454
*Popular
Winterkill on golf coursesFrank, Kevin. 2005. Landscape Alert Newsletter. March 18. 20(1): p. 7-8.click here141967
*Newsletter
Winter kill in 2005Kershasky, Jerry. 2005. Wisconsin Turfgrass News. Spring. 23(1): p. 2-4.click here151811
*Professional
Preventing winterkill with data loggersAnonymous. 2005. SportsTurf. February. 21(2): p. 23.click here109743
*Professional
TifSport bermudagrass physiological fitness under rootzone heating and wearMcPherson, J. P.; Ervin, Erik H.; Zhang, X.; Goatley, Michael; Sorochan, J. 2005. Virginia Turfgrass Journal. January/February. p. 38.click here101096
*Professional
It's a winter wonderland!Vermeulen, Paul. 2005. USGA World Wide Web Site. January 21. p. [1].click here111034
*Popular
Turf talk: Winterkill takes a toll on Michigan golf coursesFrank, Kevin; Vargas, Joe Jr. 2005. Michigan Links. Course directory. p. 10.click here121852
*Report
Freeze-tolerance evaluation of turf bermudagrassesAnderson, Jeff. 2004. 2004 Turfgrass and Environmental Research Summary. p. 25.click here101264
*Report
2002 NTEP bermudagrass cultivar evaluation - 2004Reicher, Zac. 2004. 2004 Annual Report - Purdue University Turfgrass Science Program. p. 37-38.click here107417
*Report
Snow mold disease control on creeping bentgrass: October 2003 - May 2003Cook, S.; Hsiang, T. 2004. Guelph Turfgrass Institute Annual Research Report 2004. 18: p. 125-127.click here107553
*Report
Snow mold disease control on creeping bentgrass: October 2003 - May 2004Cook, S.; Hsiang, T. 2004. Guelph Turfgrass Institute Annual Research Report 2004. 18: p. 128-129.click here107554
*Report
Snow mold disease control on creeping bentgrass: November 2003 - May 2004Cook, S.; Hsiang, T. 2004. Guelph Turfgrass Institute Annual Research Report 2004. 18: p. 130-134.click here107555
 Data is power: Preventing winterkill with data loggersLubofsky, Evan. 2004. Superintendent: The Magazine for Golf Course Superintendents. December. 3(12): p. 32-34.click here100205
*Refereed
Effects of ice cover on annual bluegrass and creeping bentgrass putting greens* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)Tompkins, D. K.; Ross, J. B.; Moroz, D. L. 2004. Crop Science. November/December. 44(6): p. 2175-2179.click here99248
*Newsletter
Winter trafficGaussoin, Roch. 2004. The Perfect Lie. November. 28(4): p. 20-22.click here100102
*Professional
Options for seeding late in the yearReicher, Zac; Johnson, Keith. 2004. Purdue Turfgrass Science Program Publications. October 19. p. [1].click here128936
*Professional
A dry lawn in October is reason for concernReicher, Zac. 2004. Purdue Turfgrass Science Program Publications. October 8. p. [1].click here128940
*Newsletter
10 ways to beat heat stress in bermudagrassMcCarty, Bert. 2004. Carolinas Green. September/October. 40(5): p. 7-10.click here98365
*Newsletter
Summer...what summer?Vavrek, Bob. 2004. The Grass Roots. September/October. 33(5): p. 43.click here140994
*Trade
Winterkill still knocking at the doorLabbance, Bob. 2004. Turf: North. September. 17(9): p. B1-B4.click here101432
*Trade
From riches to rags to richesJiggens, Mike. 2004. Turf & Recreation. September/October. 17(6): p. 26-28.click here100159
*Professional
Summer... what summer?Vavrek, Bob. 2004. USGA World Wide Web Site. August 16. p. [1].click here110159
*Professional
More evidence for effectiveness of fall applications of broadleavesReicher, Zac. 2004. Purdue Turfgrass Science Program Publications. August 9. p. [1].click here128960
 Effective renovation of bermudagrass athletic fieldsBruneau, Art; Cooper, Rich; Reynolds, Casey. 2004. TurfFiles: NCSU Web Site. August 1. p. 18-21.click here136664
*Professional
Extending the bermudagrass growing season to meet the needs of turf managersGoatley, Mike. 2004. Virginia Turfgrass Journal. July/August. p. 14-17.click here97013
*Trade
Northern courses recover from winter kill: Greens hit hardest by freeze-thaws as new year beganLeslie, Mark. 2004. Golfweek's SuperNEWS. June 4. 6(X[10]): p. 6-7.click here95424
*Newsletter
As condition reports filter in, USGA agronomists discover winter injury more widespread than originally thoughtOatis, David; Skorulski, Jim; Baird, Jim. 2004. The Newsletter [New England]. May. p. 5, 9.click here96542
*Newsletter
Coming out of winter: How did your turf do?Horgan, Brian. 2004. Hole Notes. May. 35(4): p. 31, 33, 35-36.click here97206
*Newsletter
A sweet and sour beginningVavrek, Bob. 2004. The Grass Roots. May/June. 33(3): p. 39.click here98462
*Professional
From the penthouse to the outhouseVavrek, Bob. 2004. USGA World Wide Web Site. May 17. p. [1-2].click here110804
*Professional
Winter kill check-upWhite, Bud. 2004. USGA World Wide Web Site. February. p. [1].click here110990
*Trade
Frigid facts of life: Come spring, superintendents may have to deal with the effects of winterkill. What to do?Pioppi, Anthony. 2004. Golfdom. February. 60(2): p. 62-64, 66.click here93141
*Professional
2003 Bermudagrass NTEP winter damage: Update from BlacksburgErvin, Erik. 2004. Virginia Turfgrass Journal. January/February. p. 26-28.click here92680
*Report
Freeze-tolerance evaluation of turf bermudagrassAnderson, Jeff. 2003. 2003 Turfgrass and Environmental Research Summary. p. 31.click here93231
*Professional
*Turftwister Q & A
[Does ice type influence winterkill]USGA Green Section. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. November/December. 41(6)click here91945
*Newsletter
Covering up for winterStier, John. 2003. The Grass Roots. November/December. 32(6): p. 5-7.click here138529
*Professional
"Weather" or not you survive the winterWhite, Bud. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. October 24.click here93801
*Professional
Poa - love it or leave it?Vavrek, Bob. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. October 20.click here94740
*Newsletter
*Q & A
More than one culprit behind winter killMcCarty, Bert. 2003. Carolinas Green. September/October. 39(5): p. 7-8.click here97191
*Trade
Selection and use of protective turf coversGathercole, William H. 2003. Turf & Recreation. September/October. 16(6): p. 26-28, 30.click here91793
*Professional
Warm-season turf for the transition zonePatton, Aaron. 2003. Golf Course Management Web Exclusives. August. p. [1-10].click here90104
*Professional
Darned if you don't: There is a right way and wrong way to prepare your course for winter. Both ways can offer important lessons for superintendentsOstmeyer, Terry. 2003. Golf Course Management. August. 71(8): p. 56-60.click here89646
*Newsletter
Winterkill, the sequel: Summer warningsOatis, David; Zontek, Stan. 2003. The Mountain State Greenletter. July. 27(5): p. 3.click here97208
*Trade
Explore lack of light as winterkill culpritRossi, Frank S. 2003. Golfweek's SuperintendentNews. July 18. 5(13): p. 9, 13.click here96235
*Trade
Winterkill research yields new cluesRoss, Kevin J.; Overbeck, Andrew. 2003. Golf Course News. June. 15(6): p. 6, 10.click here88870
*Newsletter
Winter-kill not as widespread as 2000-2001, but some damage was severe, reports FitzroyFitzroy, James R. 2003. The Newsletter [New England]. May. p. 3.click here87574
*Professional
Is recovery just a spray away?Vavrek, Bob. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. May 20.click here86580
*Professional
Desert saltgrass: A potential turfgrass?: The need to conserve water has led researchers to attempt to develop native grasses into turfgrassHughes, Harrison; Christensen, Dana; Koski, Tony; Reid, Scott. 2003. Golf Course Management. April. 71(4): p. 117-118.click here123233
*Professional
Cold winter casts long shadow over springVermeulen, Paul. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. April 25.click here93288
*Professional
Damage reportVavrek, R. A. Bob. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. April 22.click here94631
*Professional
UncertaintyBevard, Darin S. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. March. p. [3-4].click here111084
*Professional
Cold enough for winter injury?Landry, Gil. 2003. Through The Green [GA]. March/April. p. 38-39.click here85718
*Professional
Winterkill renovation and herbicides often don't mix: Sprig establishment, which is sometimes necessary following winterkill in turfgrass, can be significantly impaired by some pre-emergence herbicidesFagerness, Matt J.; Yelverton, Fred H. 2003. Golf Course Management. March. 71(3): p. 113-115.click here85371
*Newsletter
Cold weather problems on Carolinas golf coursesLucas, Leon T. 2003. Carolinas Green. March/April. 39(2): p. 16-18.click here86477
*Newsletter
A bitter end to a bitter winter: Winter leaves a bad taste for some as freeze injury once again damages greens at a number of northeastern golf coursesSkorulski, Jim. 2003. Tee to Green [NY]. March/April. 33(2): p. 2-4.click here86877
*Newsletter
Local supers struggle with winter damage: Area superintendents offer their candid thoughts on the damage winter's done and what they see as the best course of action for recoveryRappoccio, Peter; Girardi, Tony; Kerr, Dave; Perry, Glenn; Niven, Scott; Mongon, Mike; Dube, Glen. 2003. Tee to Green [NY]. March/April. 33(2): p. 5.click here86878
*Newsletter
WinterkillStier, John. 2003. The Grass Roots. March/April. 32(2): p. 5-7.click here90575
*Newsletter
Winterkill on golf coursesFrank, Kevin W.; Vargas, J. M. 2003. Newsnotes (Michigan Turfgrass Foundation). Spring. p. 15.click here109555
*Professional
Seeded bermudas gain groundRaciborski, Michael A.; Han, Dave. 2003. TurfGrass TRENDS. February. 59(2): p. 49-50, 52.click here85487
*Newsletter
Ten sports turf management mythsSamples, Tom; Sorochan, John. 2003. Sports Turf Manager [STMA]. January/February. 21(1): p. 3, 6, 16.click here109290
*Report
Establishment and management of seeded bermudagrass in the transition zoneRichardson, Michael D. 2002. 2002 Turfgrass and Environmental Research Summary. p. 9.click here85015
*Newsletter
Preparing your athletic field for winterBayrer, Theresa A. 2002. Kentucky Turfgrass Council: The State of Grass. September/October. p. 5.click here102838
*Professional
Temperatures affect Primo applicationsFagerness, Matt. 2002. TurfGrass TRENDS. September. 11(9): p. T1-T2, T4, T6.click here82020
*Report
Desert saltgrass: A potential new turfgrassHughes, Harrison; Christenen, Dana; Koski, Tony; Reid, Scott. 2002. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online. August 15. 1(12): p. [1-6].click here82907
*Professional
Getting the word out: While Mother Nature may throw you a wicked curve ball, proactive communication might save the gameBollig, Jeff. 2002. Golf Course Management. May. 70(5): p. 110, 112.click here79729
*Trade
'Tis the season for freeze injury: You should be thinking about it right now. Here's how it occurs and what you can do to prevent itDanneberger, Karl. 2002. Golfdom. February. 58(2): p. 66, 68.click here79680
*Refereed
Freeze tolerance of seed-producing turf bermudagrasses* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)Anderson, Jeffrey A.; Taliaferro, Charles M. 2002. Crop Science. January/February. 42(1): p. 190-192.click here78169
*Trade
Winterkill, drought and floods dealt hard lessons in 2001Joyner, Joel. 2001. Golf Course News. December. 13(12): p. 9, 12, 28.click here82056
*Professional
*Q & A
Going undercoverCarson, Teresa. 2001. Golf Course Management. October. 69(10): p. 48.click here76079
*Trade
Preparing for winter's wrath: Pile on the potassium, among other thingsAylward, Larry. 2001. Golfdom. October. 57(10): p. 54-55.click here76802
*Trade
Idaho superintendent faces the elements: How does he get ready for winter?Anonymous. 2001. Mountain West Turf. Fall. 1(1): p. 27-29, 39.click here78188
*Newsletter
Tough greens hard to swallow [Avoiding winter kill on bermuda grass]McCarty, Bert. 2001. Carolinas Green. September/October. 37(5): p. 19-20.click here81653
*Professional
Autumn agronomics: An inexact scienceOstmeyer, Terry. 2001. Golf Course Management. August. 69(8): p. 104, 106, 108.click here123786
*Refereed
Freezing tolerance of six cultivars of buffalograss* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)Qian, Y. L.; Ball, S.; Tan, Z.; Koski, A. J.; Wilhelm, S. J. 2001. Crop Science. July/August. 41(4): p. 1174-1178.click here74665
*Trade
Arkansas courses face intense winter killMacLeod, Ken. 2001. Golfweek's SuperintendentNews. July 6. p. 5.click here81564
*Professional
Hardy bermudagrasses sought with resistance to spring dead spot: Cultivars vary in their susceptibility to spring dead spotMartin, D. L.; Taliaferro, C. M.; Tisserat, N. A.; Bell, G. E.; Baird, J. H.; Dobson, D. D.; Anderson, J. A.; Kuzmic, R. M. 2001. Golf Course Management. June. 69(6): p. 75-79.click here73317
*Newsletter
Spring-like conditions in late February spell trouble for Chicagoland* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)Vermeulen, Paul. 2001. On Course. April. 54(11): p. 10-13.click here73807
*Professional
*Q & A
Is it dead? Bring the turf indoorsKind, Mark. 2001. Golf Course Management. March. 69(3): p. 48.click here72401
*Refereed
Freezing tolerance and carbohydrate changes during cold acclimation of green-type annual bluegrass (Poa annua L.) ecotypesDionne, Julie; Castonguay, Yves; Nadeau, Paul; Desjardins, Yves. 2001. Crop Science. March/April. 41(2): p. 443-451.click here73366
*Refereed
Spring dead spot resistance and quality of seeded bermudagrasses under different mowing heightsMartin, D. L.; Bell, G. E.; Baird, J. H.; Taliaferro, C. M.; Tisserat, N. A.; Kuzmic, R. M.; Dobson, D. D.; Anderson, J. A. 2001. Crop Science. March/April. 41(2): p. 451-456.click here73367
*Professional
Temperature optimums and lethal thresholdsBeard, James B. 2001. TURFAX. March/April. 9(2): p. 6.click here73410
*Professional
Understanding ice coversBeard, James B. 2001. TURFAX. January/February. 9(1): p. 4.click here72417
*Report
1997 NTEP bermudagrass cultivar evaluation - 2000 resultsReicher, Zac; Hardebeck, Glenn; Lampkins, Bill. 2000. 2000 Annual Report - Purdue University Turfgrass Science Program. p. 18-20.click here73947
*Professional
*Q & A
Why does grass die in the winter?Anonymous. 2000. NMSU: Cooperative Extension Service. December 2. p. [1-2].click here162595
*Professional
Understanding low-temperature killBeard, James B. 2000. TURFAX. November/December. 8(6): p. 4.click here71598
*Professional
Mechanisms of tolerance of freezing in turfgrass: Video thermography reveals freezing process and dismisses some theoriesStier, John; Filiault, DaniƩle. 2000. Golf Course Management. October. 68(10): p. 76-79.click here68885
*Professional
Winter protection of annual bluegrass golf greens: How protective covers can reduce winter damage to putting greensDionne, Julie. 2000. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 38(5): p. 11-13.click here68197
*Trade
Late season fertilization of turfgrasses in CanadaGathercole, William H. 2000. Turf & Recreation. September/October. 13(6): p. 22-27.click here70261
*Report
At what temperature does winter damage occur in grass plants?Tompkins; Bubar; Ross; Toews. 2000. WCTA Research Report: 1999 Projects [Western Canada]. August. p. 15-16.click here67192
*Professional
Freeze-stress resistance: How freeze-stress resistance in perennial ryegrass relates to turfgrass performanceEbdon, J. S. 2000. TurfGrass TRENDS. August. 8[9](8): p. 1-8.click here76920
*Newsletter
[Bermudagrass winterkill]Littrell, David L. 2000. Kentucky Turfgrass Council: The State of Grass. June/July. p. 12.click here87540
*Professional
Effects of trinexepac-ethyl (Primo) on cold hardiness and morphology of bermudagrassYelverton, F. H.; Rufty, T. W.; Bruneau, A. H. 2000. North Carolina Turfgrass. April/May. 18(3): p. 10, 12-13.click here65823
*Newsletter
So far, so goodVavrek, Bob. 2000. The Grass Roots. March/April. 29(2): p. 26-27.click here65715
*Professional
[Crown hydration and winterkill]Beard, James B. 2000. TURFAX. January/February. 8(1): p. 8.click here64063
*Report
St. Augustinegrass cultivar study - 1998Hall, M. H.; Gaudreau, J. E.; White, R. H.; Menn, W. G. 1999. Texas Turfgrass Research - 1999. December. p. [1-6].click here108115
*Professional
Evaluation of native grasses for low-maintenance turf: Native grasses from western Canada and the north-central United States demand littleMintenko, Anthony; Smith, Ray. 1999. Golf Course Management. November. 67(11): p. 60-63.click here62600
*Trade
Strategies to lessen winter turf damageKnoop, Bill. 1999. Athletic Turf: Maintenance & Technology. October. 2(4): p. 34.click here62581
 St. Augustinegrass cultivar studyHall, M. H.; Gaudreau, J. E.; White, R. H.; Menn, W. G. 1998. Texas Turfgrass Progress Reports - 1998.click here59711
*Report
St. Augustinegrass cultivar studyHall, M. H.; Gaudreau, J. E.; White, R. H.; Menn, W. G. 1998. Texas Turfgrass Research - 1998.click here65015
*Report
1997 NTEP bermudagrass cultivar evaluationReicher, Zac; Hardebeck, Glenn; Lampkins, Bill. 1998. 1998 Annual Report - Purdue University TurfgrassScience Program. p. 14-17.click here61093
*Proceedings
The 1997 year end reviewVavrek, Robert. 1998. Proceedings of the 68th Annual Michigan Turfgrass Conference. 27: p. 101-102.click here42077
*Newsletter
Cold weather managementBladon, Michael. 1998. Sports Turf Manager [STA]. December. 11(3): p. 6-7.click here57487
*Newsletter
To cover or not cover greens: That is the questionVavrek, Bob. 1998. Hole Notes. November. 29(9): p. 14.click here67558
*Professional
Winter ice cover problems?Beard, James B. 1998. TURFAX. November/December. 6(6): p. 1-2, 5.click here56821
*Newsletter
Winter injury of turf under protective coverBadra, Abdo. 1998. The Turf Line News. October/November. 148: p. 18-25.click here56913
*Professional
Chaos under the covers: Winter injury of turf under protective covers [part I]Badra, Abdo. 1998. GreenMaster. October/November. 33(5): p. 16-20, 22.click here56794
*Professional
The science and management of turfgrass winter injuryRossi, Frank. 1998. CUTT. Fall. 9(3): p. 1, 4-5, 8.click here142763
*Refereed
Late-season applications of various nitrogen sources affect color and carbohydrate content of 'Tiflawn' and Arizona Common bermudagrassGoatley, J. M. Jr.; Maddox, V. L.; Hensler, K. L. 1998. HortScience. July. 33(4): p. 692-695.click here52872
*Professional
Turfgrass winter stressesBeard, James B. 1998. TURFAX. January/February. 6(1): p. 1-4.click here43387
*Refereed
Warm season turfgrass adaptation in ItalyVolterrani, M.; Grossi, N.; Pardini, G.; Miele, S.; Gaetani, M.; Magni, S. 1997. International Turfgrass Society Research Journal. 8(Part 2): p. 1344-1354.click here61156
*Professional
To cover or not to cover?Tegtmeier, Rick. 1997. Golf Course Management. December. 65(12): p. 17.click here24394
*Professional
The cold facts on bermudagrass: Researchers seek improvement in winter hardinessAnderson, Michael P.; Taliaferro, Charles M.; Anderson, Jeffery A. 1997. Golf Course Management. August. 65(8): p. 59-63.click here40644
*Trade
Winter kill linked to carbohydrate levelsKnoop, Bill. 1997. Landscape Management. August. 36(8): p. 14G.click here59187
*Newsletter
[Grasses for greens in the Grand Stand area]McCarty, L. B. 1997. Carolinas Green. July/August. 33(4): p. 26.click here67859
*Newsletter
Evaluation of the efficiency of winter protection covers against winter damages on Poa annua golf greensDionne, Julie; Desjardins, Yves. 1997. The Turf Line News. June/July. 140: p. 23-25.click here61216
*Newsletter
Widespread winter woesVavrek, Bob. 1997. Hole Notes. June. 28(4): p. 1, 32.click here40330
*Newsletter
To remove ice or not to remove ice - that is the questionVavrek, Robert. 1997. The Grass Roots. March/April. 25(2): p. 39, 41.click here70767
*Professional
Spring seedingMayer, Eugene. 1997. SportsTURF. March. 13(3): p. 20, 22-23.click here84079
*Professional
Winterkill causesAnonymous. 1997. TURFAX. March/April. 5(2): p. 2.click here213637
*Professional
[GCSAA Annual International Turfgrass Conference and Show in Las Vegas, Nevada; Annual Canadian National Turfgrass Conference in Montreal, Quebec, Canada]Anonymous. 1997. TURFAX. March/April. 5(2): p. 3.click here213638
*Trade
Diagnosing cold weather turfgrass injuryHiggins, Jeffery M. 1997. California Fairways. January/February. 6(1): p. 20-23.click here116236
 Problems common to turfgrassAnonymous. 1996. Texas Extension Web Site. p. 1-3.click here38582
*Professional
Under the blanketDionne, Julie; Desjardins, Yves. 1996. GreenMaster. December/January. 31(6): p. 4, 6, 8.click here71219
*Professional
Protecting turf from winter injuryRoberts, John M. 1996. SportsTURF. October. 12(10): p. 12-13.click here84053
*Professional
Singin' the transition bluesBarrett, Todd. 1996. Through The Green. September/October. p. 11, 14.click here81067
*Newsletter
What a difference a year makes!Vavrek, Bob. 1996. The Grass Roots. September/October. 24(5): p. 16 [Orange].click here70840
*Professional
Winter injury observations, 1995-1996Landry, Gil. 1996. Through The Green. July/August. p. 19-21, 24.click here81188
*Professional
Winter kill: The horror continues: Record temperatures and a sod shortage added to winterkill woes in the southeastHiscock, Ed. 1996. Golf Course Management. July. 64(7): p. 42, 44, 48.click here37981
*Newsletter
Scouting report: About the weatherVermeulen, Paul. 1996. On Course. June. 50(1): p. 34-35.click here82865
*Trade
Fall-prep, spring-recovery lessons learned from winter kill of '95-96Leslie, Mark. 1996. Golf Course News. June. 8(6): p. 27.click here45310
*Professional
Low-temperature kill and ice sheets: "Winterkill" is a broad term that includes many types of turf injury. But to truly understand it, superintendents should focus on its specific causesBeard, James B. 1996. Golf Course Management. May. 64(5): p. 60-64.click here38362
*Professional
Spring is here, but why is my lawn still brown?Cotten, Teresa. 1996. Integrated Pest Management at Iowa State University. May 3. p. [1].click here125039
*Newsletter
Diagnosing cold weather turfgrass injuryHiggins, Jeffery M. 1996. Alabama Green. March/April. 1: p. 21-22, 24.click here173555
*Popular
Record winter may cause lawn damageAnonymous. 1996. Lawn & Landscape Digest. Spring. 1(2): p. 1-3.click here41375
*Newsletter
Winterkill of turfgrasses: Causes and preventionKoski, Tony. 1996. Rocky Mountain Reporter. February. 26(11): p. 5-6.click here82919
*Professional
Winter kill!Harris, Jim. 1995. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 33(2): p. 5-7.click here33402
*Professional
Understanding freezing stress injury of cool-season turfgrasses: Superintendents spend a lot of time and energy dealing with winter injury to turfgrass. Yet, it remains a difficult and frustrating aspect of golf course management because of the many variables that can cause such stressRossi, Frank S. 1994. Golf Course Management. December. 62(12): p. 49-51.click here32480
*Newsletter
Winter kill! What are you going to do about it?Lickfeldt, Darin W. 1994. The Grass Roots. November/December. 22(6): p. 55, 52.click here34111
*Professional
Improving bermudagrass tolerance to winter stress: Several new methodologies may facilitate selecting for and/or enhancing the species ability to withstand low temperaturesGatschet, Mark; Taliaferro, Charles; Anderson, Jeffrey; Baird, Vance. 1994. Golf Course Management. October. 62(10): p. 52-55.click here31823
*Newsletter
Winter injury of bermudagrass: Where do we go from here?Bruneau, Art. 1994. Carolinas Green. September/October. 30(5): p. 18-19.click here31559
*Professional
The ice man returneth: Mother Nature continues giving Mid-Atlantic superintendents another lesson in humilitySchaffer, Laura. 1994. Golf Course Management. July. 62(7): p. 53-56.click here31208
*Professional
Have an "ice" dayVavrek, Robert C. Jr. 1994. USGA Green Section Record. May/June. 33(3): p. 17-18.click here31133
*Newsletter
The USGA's story on snow and ice removalAnonymous. 1994. Tee to Green [NY]. January/February. 24(1): p. 4-5.click here32598
*Newsletter
Wondering about winterRossi, Frank S. 1993. The Grass Roots. November/December. 21(6): p. 13.click here32925
*Professional
Cold-weather management: Understanding crown hydration damage: Though the fate of turf is largely dependent on Mother Nature, certain practices may help protect it from this devastating form of winterkillRoberts, John M. 1993. Golf Course Management. October. 61(10): p. 48, 52, 54.click here29195
*Newsletter
The perils of winterkill - An ongoing sagaChapman, James R. 1991. Northwest Turfgrass Topics. Summer. 34(4): p. 8-9.click here22309
*Professional
Evaluating the impact on one region's courses: Winterkill's compounding factorsAgnew, Michael L. 1991. Golf Course Management. June. 59(6): p. 16.click here20633
*Professional
Winterkill! Winterkill! Winterkill!Duble, Richard L. 1990. Texas Turfgrass. Summer. 43(2): p. 26,27.click here20639
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Life after death? Yes, but you have to hang in there!Lewis, Craig. 1990. Greenmaster. September/October. 27(6): p. 12-14.click here20731
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Understanding and combating winterkill: Although nothing can be done about the weather, adjustments in management practices can reduce the severity of winter injuryBishop, David. 1990. Golf Course Management. July. 58(7): p. 84.click here20338
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Winterkill blues hit southern greensGadd, Dale. 1990. Golf Course Management. July. 58(7): p. 85-86.click here20339
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Did your turf survive the December cold blast?Beard, James B. 1990. Grounds Maintenance. March. 25(3): p. 36-38, 117.click here18078
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Focus on Winter Turf Injury - Preventing DesiccationWatschke, Tom. 1988. Grounds Maintenance. October. 23(10): p. 66-70.click here13444
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WinterkillCasnoff, David M. 1988. The Bull Sheet. March. 41(10): p. 20.click here11753
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Improving Turfgrass Survival in WinterDiPaola, Joseph M. 1988. Lawn Servicing. January. 5(1): p. 6-8.click here11564
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Winter injury: Causes and controlFiander, Karl; MacTavish, Bruce. 1987. GreenMaster. November/December. 23(7): p. 12-13.click here11414
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Covering a golf green for winterkill protectionBarney, Joseph F. 1986. Proceedings of the Twentieth Annual Tennessee Turfgrass Conference. 20: p. 54-56.click here9481
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Bermudagrass management to reduce winter injury--pay now or pay laterChalmers, David R. 1986. USGA Green Section Record. May/June. 24(3): p. 8-10.click here8438
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Springtime first aid for bermudagrassLucas, Leon. 1986. SportsTURF. March. 2(2): p. 34-36.click here9965
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Winterkill of cool season turfs: Diagnosis, causes, and preventionBeard, James B. 1985. Proceedings of the Turf Conference of the Midwest Regional. p. 109-118.click here8103
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Don't Let Winter Kill YouBeard, James B. 1985. Grounds Maintenance. September. 20(9): p. 8,10,12.click here7899
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Turf Winter Kill and Spring Kill PhenomenaCallahan, Lloyd M. 1985. Proceedings of the 19th Annual Tennessee Turfgrass Conference. January. p. 70-73.click here9508
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Low temperature kill of bermudagrass on golf courses in Texas during the winter of 1983-84Menn, Wallace G. 1984. Texas Turfgrass. September/October. 37(5): p. 20-22.click here12066
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Winterkill in the Southern RegionMcAfee, James A. 1984. Texas Turfgrass. January/February. 37(1): p. 7-10.click here12059
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Protecting turf from winter injuryCooper, Richard J. 1982. Golf Course Management. December. 50(12): p. 30-32.click here7751
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The physiological aspects of winter dormancy, injury, and survivalWatschke, Thomas L. 1981. Proceedings of the 51st Annual Michigan Turfgrass Conference. 10: p. 61-62.click here8539
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Preventing ice damage: Mother Nature can pose a myriad of problems for you year-round on your course. If you manage turfgrass in one of the Northern states, ice damage may be one problem you will have to face in the coming months. Here is what one superintendent with 27 years of experience advises to prevent ice damageSidenstucker, Charlie. 1979. Golf Course Management. November/December. 47(10): p. 27.click here18691
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Promoting recovery from winter injurySnow, James T. 1979. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 17(1): p. 11-13.click here8579