Best turfgrass podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast
 
Advice for turf professionals from Dr. Frank Rossi, Cornell University Turfgrass Program
 
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Cornell Turfgrass ShortCUTT Early Bird podcast
 
Weekly summary of timely turf topics for the Northeast from experts around the region. The latest weather and how it affects your management of diseases, insects and fertility, timely tips and more.
 
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TurfNet RADIO
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TurfNet personalities Frank Rossi and Dave Wilber interview other turfheads and take your calls.
 
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Home lawn advice from Dr. Frank Rossi, Cornell University Turfgrass Program
 
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Cornell Sustainable Lawn Care podcast
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Home lawn care advice from by Dr. Frank Rossi, Cornell University Turfgrass Program
 
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Cornell Turfgrass ShortCUTT Early Bird podcast
 
Week 27: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for September 30, 2017. Late heat stress fueling diseases, pests.
 
Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . Regardless of whether or not you have warm season or cool season turfgrass, you shouldn’t let the fallen leaves sit on top of your lawn for too long. Many homeowners now have companies who do their lawn maintenance, and in some small yards, the maintenance crews act ...…
 
Large parts of Texas, Louisiana, Florida, and the Caribbean are on the long road to recovery following the devastation of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. What is the role of climate change in the size and frequency of these storms…and what can we expect in the future? Dr. Astrid Caldas is a senior climate scientist with the Union of Concerned Scien ...…
 
Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . It’s critical that you know what turf grass you have in your lawn. Cool season turf grasses begin active growth in fall and need fertilizer at that time. But warm season grasses are preparing for dormancy and should never be fertilized as fall approaches, not after ...…
 
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Cornell Turfgrass ShortCUTT Early Bird podcast
 
Week 26: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for September 21, 2017. How climate change affects pest scouting.
 
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Cornell Turfgrass ShortCUTT Early Bird podcast
 
Week 20: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for August 12, 2017. Cooler weather, timely rains reduce stress.
 
Week 18: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for July 28, 2017. Low-stress season, good time to deal with long-term drainage, disease issues.
 
In this episode of the BASF Pin Sheet, host John Reitman caught up with BASF's Kyle Miller at the Southeastern Turfgrass Research Center Field Day on June 28 in Lexington, KY. Kyle updates us on concerns of golf course superintendents regarding plant stress in mid-summer, and explains the mode of action of BASF's Intrinsic product line.…
 
Week 14: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for June 29, 2017. Warmer nights = more disease. Avoid self-inflicted turf stress.
 
You don't know Justin Woodland. Ok, maybe you do. But you probably don't. And guess what? You need to know him. Here is your chance. Justin is one of those people that I think should be required meeting if you are going to understand the reality of the business of golf and of Greenkeeping itself. He's got the "It" factor that I look for and yet ...…
 
In this episode of the TurfNet Renovation Report -- presented by Jacobsen and Golf Preservations -- Jon Kiger chats with Chris Monti, senior design associate with Bobby Weed Golf Design about the recent practice facility renovation at Interlachen Country Club in Winter Park, FL. The new facility features a 10,000 square-foot putting green with ...…
 
Week 13: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for June 22, 2017. Patience is a virtue when dealing with foliar diseases. Varying growth habits of crabgrass.
 
This week, John, Brent and Elizabeth break down a recent Freakonomics podcast titled "How Stupid Is Our Obsession With Lawns?" We also discuss the role of turfgrass in the U.S., the benefits of yard space, and Brent gives his tip of the day.
 
In this episode of Frankly Speaking on TurfNet RADIO, Dr. Frank Rossi chats with Brian Whitlark, western regional agronomist for the USGA Green Section, about factors influencing playability of putting surfaces. On the table for discussion are green firmness, angle of approach from the fairway vs the rough, slope of the green, ball roll distanc ...…
 
Week 12: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for June 15, 2017. Live from the US Open! Soil matters with dramatic weather changes. Can't spray your way out of everything.
 
Week 11: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for June 8, 2017. Looming warm-up fuels weeds, insects and disease.
 
Week 10: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for June 1, 2017. Wet weather mowing woes. Cool soils fuel red thread.
 
Week 9: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for May 25, 2017. Wet spring fueling Pythium, other root diseases. Crabgrass control options.
 
Dr. Dave Smitley is a professor and researcher at Michigan State University. He works with the turf grass and nursery industries to deal with emerging pest problems, and the greenhouse industry to grow plants in ways that are safe around pollinators. In this episode we talk about practical tips as well as national initiatives to protect pollina ...…
 
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Cornell Turfgrass ShortCUTT Early Bird podcast
 
Week 8: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for May 19, 2017. Grass growing well, dealing with variable sod.
 
In this episode of Frankly Speaking, Dr. Frank Rossi chats with Dr. Bruce Clarke of Rutgers University about the history, creation and evolution of BMPs for managing patch diseases and anthracnose in turf. Programmatic approaches to control, intertwining of micronutrients and cultural practices, solid vs hollow tine aerification, self-inflicted ...…
 
Week 7: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for May 11, 2017. Wet conditions, compensatory growth and early-season visual differences in bluegrass varieties.
 
Week 6: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for May 4, 2017. Big cool down slows growth, increases disease risks, winter annual weeds. Best times to lay sod. (Not summer.)
 
SHOW NOTESIntroducing Nathan Mehrer! One of the really fun parts of interviewing FFA Students on this show is when you get to see the progression of development with the students. My interview with Nathan Mehrer did just that.As you can see from the title this young man knows how to work and has been doing so for some time. You can also see how ...…
 
Week 5: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for April 27, 2017. Warm-up, cool-down, consumer weed control products and ticks, ticks, ticks!
 
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Cornell Turfgrass ShortCUTT Early Bird podcast
 
Week 4: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for April 20, 2017. Dry spring coming? (That's a good thing.) Fairy rings, lesser celandine, and more.
 
<a href="https://off-farm-income.myshopify.com/cart/12352647809:1" target="_blank">Buy The Profitable SAE Student Workbook</a>SHOW NOTESIntroducing Carter Beaulieu! I keep going back to the well at Randolph High School for the great students they have there. This week is no exception. Carter Beaulieu is starting his own turf grass m ...…
 
Innovation. It's one of the great and wonderful words in our business. Join Dave Wilber as he chats with Kevin Hicks, Super at Coeur d'Alene Golf Club about thinking ahead. How's your strategy for looking at new ways to do the same old, same old? Or does it get old at all? A great interview with one of the most forward thinking supers in our bu ...…
 
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Cornell Turfgrass ShortCUTT Early Bird podcast
 
Week 3: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for April 13, 2017. Early season lawn establishment, nematodes, and everyone’s favorite topic, anthracnose!
 
Week 2: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for April 6, 2017
 
Week 1: ShortCUTT Earlybird Podcast for March 30, 2017
 
<a href="https://off-farm-income.myshopify.com/cart/12352647809:1" target="_blank">Buy The Profitable SAE Student Workbook</a>SHOW NOTESIntroducing Cobey Alderden! This young man has found a pathway into what could one day be a six figure business with no start up cost at all.Cobey Alderden lives in an area with a high percentage of ...…
 
Join Dave Wilber and Thomas Bastis as they talk about Education and Giving Back. As Winter heads out and the season is upon most superintendents, Dave and Thomas take a moment to get some perspective on why it rocks to share information. A simple and yet not always used concept. The Turfgrass Zealot Project is only on TurfNet Radio.…
 
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Superintendent Radio Network
 
Poa annua and other weedy matters are the subject of this early spring conversation with the University of Tennessee’s Dr. Jim Brosnan. The podcast also reveals details surrounding #PoaDay, an event that could foreshadow the future of university turfgrass field days.
 
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Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast
 
Dynamics to consider when choosing how to handle leaf drop on urban landscapes. Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast uploaded 3/7/2017
 
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Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast
 
Reviewing differences in spring green-up by turfgrass varieties. Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast uploaded 3/7/2017
 
The latest science-based recommendations for late-season nitrogen fertilization. Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast uploaded 2/28/2017
 
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Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast
 
How to successfully incorporate predictive models into your program. Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast uploaded 2/28/2017
 
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Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast
 
Dr. Rossi answers some questions regarding sports turf irrigation and soil conditions. Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast uploaded 2/28/2017
 
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Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast
 
Dr. Rossi discusses spring management of moist putting green surfaces. Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast uploaded 2/24/2017
 
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Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast
 
What you need to know about when damage occurs from ice on putting greens, and how to prevent it. Cornell Turfgrass Clippings Podcast uploaded 2/24/2017
 
Steve G. Jones board certified Clinical Hypnotherapist .He has been practicing hypnotherapy since the 1980s. He is the author of 22 books on Hypnotherapy. He is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, American Board of Hypnotherapy, president of the American Alliance of Hypnotists, on the board of directors of the Los Angeles chapter of t ...…
 
Welcome to episode eleven of the Building Local Power podcast. For full transcript of the podcast, click here. In this episode, Christopher Mitchell, the director of ILSR’s Community Broadband Networks initiative, interviews Brenda Platt, ILSR co-director and director of our Waste to Wealth initiative. The two discuss the history of ILSR’s Zero ...…
 
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