The central theme for turfgrass research at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station encompasses germplasm enhancement and turfgrass management. Current studies include:
The Size of Topdressing Sand: Does it matter? (1.96m PDF)
James A. Murphy
Green Section Record Vol. 50 (19)
September 7, 2012
Best Management Practices for Anthracnose Disease on Annual Bluegrass Putting Green Turf (24k PDF)
April 2012 Update
Best Management Practices for Anthracnose on Annual Bluegrass Turf (1.64m PDF)
This article appeared in the August 2008 issue of Golf Course Management.
Cultural Management of Anthracnose Disease on Annual Bluegrass (1.24m PDF)
This article is made available through the courtesy of the United States Golf Association. It originally appeared in the November-December 2007 USGA Green Section Record.
Turfgrass Symposium: Research Abstracts
The Symposium was established in 1991 to provide Rutgers faculty, students, and staff with an annual forum for the exchange of ideas on a wide range of topics in turfgrass science. The format has been expanded to include presentations by colleagues at other institutions. View.
Turfgrass Proceedings: Research Reports
The Turfgrass Proceedings is published annually by Rutgers University, the Center for Turfgrass Science, Cooperative Extension, and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with the New Jersey Turfgrass Association. The purpose of this document is to provide a forum for the dissemination of information and the exchange of ideas and knowledge. The proceedings provide turfgrass managers, research scientists, extension specialists, and industry personnel with opportunities to communicate with co-workers. Through this forum, these professionals also reach a more general audience, which includes the public. View.