As 2016 comes to a close, we look back at the most viewed blog posts of 2016. #7 is Using a GDD Tracker for Applications.
Exceptional spring warm is present across the Midwest. Due to this,
spring applications are weeks ahead of schedule. A grounds manager can
track growing degree days (GDD), but the easiest way to follow the GDD progress is to use the Growing Degree Day Tracker brought to you by the Midwest Regional Turf Foundation and Purdue Turfgrass.
This tool is a great way to assist you decision making on crabgrass control
applications and many other applications of time sensitive products.
Go to j-dturf.com to learn more about J&D Turf.