The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods

One of the common questions about #ClipVol is "what is a normal amount of clippings to get?" By using the growth ratio, it's possible to account for the temperature conditions through the year and from that calculate how many clippings would be normal for any day in the year.

The specific blog post discussed was

You can see the growth ratio equation in this post:

Other links discussed in this episode include:
- growth ratio posts on the ATC site
- growth ratio posts on Jason Haines' blog
- the GP Avatar app
- turf videos organized by playlists
- new seminar handouts section on the ATC site
- that information-packed 20 minute podcast with Chris Tritabaugh and Adam Moeller

Read more about all kinds of turfgrass topics at
Find turfgrass information and decision-making tools at
See the PACE Turf YouTube channel at
See the ATC newsletters at
Listen to the ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods podcast at
Listen to the ATC Office Hours podcast at

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.

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.