Penn State Turfgrass Happy Hour

In the second episode of the Penn State Turfgrass Happy Hour, faculty will chat with a few alumni and others that are head groundkeepers at some of the most prominent NFL athletic fields in the country. Join us live to learn about how they manage their fields. Guests include: Chris Ecton (Pittsburgh Steelers)Tony Leonard (Philadelphia
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Penn State Turf and Ornamentals Field Day Cancelled

For the first time in over 50 years, Penn State’s Turfgrass Field Day will be cancelled. The biennial event was originally scheduled for Aug 5th 2020.

Turf Students Receive PTC Scholarships

The Pennsylvania Turfgrass Council is pleased to announce that Devin Schnupp, Paige Alcorn, and Evan Vanyo have been named the 2020 recipients of the Pennsylvania Turfgrass Council (PTC) scholarship.

Congratulations to the Class of 2020

Congratulations to the recent graduates of the Class of 2020! We can’t wait to see what you do next!

Hairy Bittercress: Making an early appearance in Pennsylvania lawn

Weeds are popping up early this year and one winter annual broadleaf weed, hairy bittercress, is already flowering in lawns, grounds, and parks.  This diminutive plant is becoming more common in many areas of Pennsylvania and can be a headache for grounds managers and lawn care specialist because of its early flowering and highly efficient
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Congratulations to the Class of 2020

Congratulations to the Golf Course Turfgrass Management Program’s Class of 2020, who graduated on March 7.

Penn State Students Take First and Second Place in 2020 STMA Student Challenge

On January 15, four teams of Penn State turfgrass students competed in the 2020 Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) Student Challenge at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. Thirty-one teams, representing 2-year and 4-year turf programs in colleges and universities from across the country, participated in the annual event

Update: U.S. EPA Reaffirms that Glyphosate Does Not Cause Cancer

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Thursday it finished a regulatory review that found glyphosate, the most widely used weed killer in the United States, is not a carcinogen.

 
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