Center for Turfgrass Science
The Penn State Center for Turfgrass Science has been at the forefront of cutting edge turfgrass research for decades.
From the development of bentgrass varieties to the management of turfgrass pests, faculty continue to provide valuable management information for turfgrass managers worldwide.
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Register Now for the 2015 Annual Sport Administration Golf Outing!
April 1, 2015Register Now for the 2015 Annual Sport Administration Golf Outing!
Why do some lawns have more snow mold than others?
March 30, 2015The winter of 2015 is finally over, and in its wake are brown lawns, many with bleached patches of matted, crusty grass. The patches are symptoms of a disease called snow mold, caused by one or more cold-tolerant fungi that attack plants under snow cover. The two most common snow mold diseases occurring in Pennsylvania are gray snow mold and pink snow mold, caused by Typhula incarnata and Microdochium nivale respectively.
Scholarships Awarded to Class of 2015
March 16, 2015Congratulations to the scholarship winners of the 2-year turfgrass management program class of 2015.