The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods

Bjarni Hannesson has been using the temperature-based turfgrass growth potential (GP) for ten years. We discussed how he makes use of it in Iceland, and how the GP can be used to predict when and how much N fertilizer may be required to produce the desired growth rate.

We discussed this blog post, to begin with:
We also discussed the link to download slides and a handout from my 2013 presentation about GP and its link to N rate through probable growth:
For photos of turfgrass and golf courses in Iceland, I've put a photo gallery here:
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Creators & Guests

Micah Woods
I'm chief scientist at the Asian Turfgrass Center and director of the @paceturf information service. Some current projects include #OM246, #ClipVol, and #MLSN.
Bjarni Hannesson
Course manager at Golfklubbur Mosfellsbæjar (GMos) in Iceland, Turf Grass Consultant, Turf Nerd and father of three

What is The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods?

I discuss ATC blog posts, with supplementary information, stories, and the reasons why I thought the topic was worth writing about, and worth reading about. Thus, a doublecut of these topics. This covers grass selection, playability, and all the work done to create a certain type of turfgrass surface.