(By Jared Hoyle and Evan Alderman, KSU Turfgrass Research and Extension)
Back in October I wrote a blog post about some of the research that KSU Turfgrass Graduate Student, Evan Alderman, was conducting this past winter on dormant buffalograss.
Now it is getting warmer and we are awaiting to see the effect of winter golf cart traffic on a buffalograss fairway and turfgrass colorant longevity. Evan recorded a short video of what he did this winter. As soon as we get some results we will be able to share with you what golf cart traffic is doing to your buffalograss fairways in the winter time. Enjoy!
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