The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods

Soil nutrient levels might change more rapidly than you realize. This has implications for whether nutrients should be applied as fertilizer, or not. I showed data from an experiment I did when I was a graduate student in this blog post:

Jason Haines has written about a similar topic, and explained it perhaps more clearly than I have. I recommend his blog post on "Do you have enough?":

To read more about this experiment, see this chapter in my dissertation:

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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.