(By Jared Hoyle, KSU Turfgrass Research and Extension)
The past couple weeks have been a struggle to grow bentgrass. Some areas in Kansas are getting rain but others are not. The rains have been localized and here at the Rocky Ford Turfgrass Research Center in Manhattan we keep missing the isolated showers.
I know some other golf course are in the same place as we are and it has been a struggle to keep bentgrass alive. Well, I dug through the blog and found a post from Dr. Jack Fry about bentgrass management in the summer. Dr. Fry leads of the article with..
“In the midst of a summer with 100+ F temperatures, it’s worthwhile to consider some of creeping bentgrass’s preferences and management strategies that might be helpful to reduce its stress, and yours. See, the thing about creeping bentgrass on putting greens is….”
Click below to find out more about bentgrass management in the summer.