CLEMSON — Turfgrass professionals can learn the latest research-based information for turfgrass management during Clemson’s annual Turf School to be held at locations throughout South Carolina.

Learn how to control bermudagrass stunt mites and other turfgrass pests during Clemson's 2019 Turf School to be held in February at locations around the state.

Learn how to prevent turfgrass damage from  bermudagrass stunt mites and other pests during Clemson’s 2019 Turf School to be held in February at locations around the state.
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The Turf School is a one-day course designed and conducted by Clemson University scientists to help turfgrass managers overcome the technical challenges of managing grounds, lawns, recreational parks, athletic fields and sod-production facilities.

The 2019 program will focus on identifying and implementing best management practices for water quality, insect pests, diseases, fertilization and weeds.

Pesticide Recertification credits will be awarded for South Carolina participants.

Cost is $75 to attend Clemson’s Turf School. The school will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the following dates at these locations:

In addition to learning best management practices for water quality, insect pests, diseases, fertilization and weeds, participants also will learn how Clemson University is refining effective management techniques through scientific trials designed to minimize economic and environmental costs while still meeting federal and state guidelines and regulations.

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