Low Input Turf Using Fine Fescues

Video: Low-Input Turfgrass Using Fine Fescues from Oregon State University

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Turfgrass researchers from Oregon State University recently produced many interesting videos as part of their virtual 2020 OSU Field Day. This video features Emily Braithwaite, a faculty research assistant at Oregon State University who conducts research as part of our Low Input Turf project, discussing some of their fine fescue management trials.

Tuesday, November 3, 2020 - 14:34


Video: Optimal Seeding Timings for Fineleaf Fescue from Rutgers University

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Turfgrass researchers from Rutgers recently produced many interesting videos as part of their 2020 Virtual Turfgrass Research Field Day. This video features Brad Park, a laboratory researcher at Rutgers who conducts research as part of our Low Input Turf project, discussing research on optimal seeding times for fine fescues.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 13:00


Video: Fine Fescue Breeding from Rutgers University

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Turfgrass researchers from Rutgers recently produced many interesting videos as part of their 2020 Virtual Turfgrass Research Field Day. This video features Dr. Stacy Bonos, a turfgrass breeder at Rutgers who collaborates on our Low Input Turf project, discussing Rutger's fine fescue breeding program.

Wednesday, October 21, 2020 - 10:46


Video: Research Updates from Purdue University

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By Ross Braun and Aaron Patton, Purdue University

Fine fescues are being intensively studied by a team of researchers, which includes Drs. Aaron Patton and Ross Braun from Purdue University, working a grant titled "Increasing Low-Input Turfgrass Adoption through Breeding, Innovation, and Public Education" from USDA-NIFA through the Specialty Crop Research Initiative.

Monday, September 28, 2020 - 13:33


Project News - 9/15/20

Learn more about our latest work!  The Low Input Turf project team has written two recent articles.

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 12:11


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