Penn State Hosts High School Students Interested in Turf

The Penn State Turf Program recently hosted students from the Brentsville District High School Turfgrass Science Program.

Congratulations to the Class of 2019

Congratulations to the recent graduates of the Class of 2019! We can’t wait to see what you do next! Associate Degree in Turfgrass Science & Management Brayden Brumley Andrew MacCagnano Kara Neterval Nathan Williamson   Bachelor’s Degree in Turfgrass Science Douglas Apple Christopher Boal Daniel Bove Trever Browne Christopher Cooke Grant Cotchen Kyle Dawson David
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Pythium Research at Penn State – Samples Needed!

The Penn State Turfgrass Program is looking to golf course superintendents to assist with a research project focusing on Pythium species causing root rot and foliar blight throughout Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic. The primary goal of this project is to identify Pythium species in soil and plant tissue as it relates to disease development throughout
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EPA Reaffirms that Herbicide Glyphosate Poses No Risk to Public Health

Glyphosate is the most widely used herbicide in U.S. agriculture and has been studied for decades. Glyphosate is used on more than 100 food and non-food crops, including ornamentals and turf.

Douglas Apple and Samuel Lobaugh Named Recipients of the PTC Scholarships

The Pennsylvania Turfgrass Council is pleased to announce Douglas Apple and Samuel Lobaugh as the spring 2019 recipients of the PTC scholarships.

Evan Mascitti Receives C Reese Berdanier Endowed Award

Congratulations to PhD student Evan Mascitti, this year's recipient of the C Reese Berdanier Endowed Award!

Professor Receives Excellence in Advising Award

Congratulations to Dr. Ben McGraw--Professor of Turfgrass Science--who recently received Penn State's Excellence in Advising Award!

Alum Featured in an ESPN article

Penn State Turfgrass Science alum and current Buffalo Bills Field Manager Aaron Ramella was recently featured in an ESPN article. Read the original article to learn more about the unique challenges managing fields in Buffalo!

 
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