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North Carolina Sod Producers Association
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The North Carolina Sod Producers Association represents growers throughout the state of North Carolina, producing quality turfgrasses to meet a variety of commercial, residential, sports and recreational turf needs.
The North Carolina Sod Producers Association represents growers throughout the state of North Carolina, producing quality turfgrasses to meet a variety of commercial, residential, sports and recreational turf needs.

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WRAL interviews NC State's Dr. Grady Miller about 2015 sod shortages in North Carolina. To find a sod grower near you, visit www.ncsod.org.

http://www.wral.com/low-supply-pushing-up-prices-for-popular-bermuda-grass/14404745/ #wraltv5   #NCSUTurfgrass  
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JAN 7, 2015: NC SPA Winter Conference: https://ncsod.org/winter-conference.aspx
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NC SPA Winter conference & Meeting
Green & Growin Trade show
Location: Winston-Salem, NC

JAN 7th, 2015

AGENDA: http://www.ncsod.org/forms/2015-NCSPA-winter-conference-program.pdf

REGISTRATION: http://www.ncsod.org/forms/2015-NCSPA-winter-conference-registration.pdf

#NCSPA   #NCSOD   #NCSUTurfgrass  
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FALL ARMYWORMS ATTACK!
Important Video #164
@drturfbug #NCSUTurfgrass http://ow.ly/B8xpR ^JJ
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Fall Armyworm Numbers Break Records - This year is proving to be the worst year on record for fall armyworms. As it gets drier, the problems in turf will...
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2014 Recommended Kentucky Bluegrass Cultivars for North Carolina - complete list on #TurfFiles : http://turffiles.ncsu.edu/Turfgrasses/Default.aspx#RE005609 #NCSUTurfgrass #kentuckybluegrass ^JJ
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Fall Armyworm ALERT! by Peter T. Hertl and Rick L. Brandenburg

Insects are difficult to predict and that is especially true this year. Fall armyworms are generally a late-season pest, and we are just entering the time when they may become a problem. Armyworm activity has already been detected, and there is still enough time for another two generations this season. http://turffiles.ncsu.edu/Alerts.aspx#005608 #NCSUTurfgrass @drturfbug ^JJ
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KNOW WHAT THE EXPERTS KNOW - Bee kills, biological control, and the bottom line for best management practices: which products do what? Hear the answers from Dr. Rick Brandenburg and Terri Billeisen on August 13, 2014 at the NC State Turfgrass Field Day Stop #11: www.Turffiles.ncsu.edu/FieldDay/

#Beekills #NCSUTurfgrass @drturfbug ^JJ

Over 500 people are now signed up for the 2014 NC State Turfgrass Field Day. www.TurfFiles.ncsu.edu/FielDay http://ow.ly/A5emA
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KNOW WHAT THE EXPERTS KNOW - Not sure what turfgrass to use? The NC State Variety Evaluation Program assesses every major species of turfgrass used in North Carolina. We evaluate hundreds of different varieties for growth characteristics such as overall quality, color, density, texture, seedhead production, disease incidence, winter damage. To learn more, visit Stop #6 at the 2014 NC State Turfgrass Field Day: www.TurfFiles.ncsu.edu/FieldDay/

#NCSUTurfgrass #TurfTalk #NTEP
http://ow.ly/i/6uKCq ^JJ
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