As temperatures across North America slowly begin to rise (it is officially Spring after all), many turf managers that overseeded their golf courses with cool season turf varieties for the winter are in the thick of transition back to warm season turf.
This delicate process can be complicated by a number of factors, from inconsistent weather patterns to variations in soil temperatures and moisture levels across the golf course.
“We want warm season grasses to emerge from dormancy uniformly. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case.”
Ken Mauser, Agronomist and Southwest Territory Manager with Aquatrols, recently spoke with Kyle Brown of the Superintendent Radio Network about the role soil wetting agents can play in promoting more uniform transition.
Listen to the full conversation below: