(1084-01) As irrigation water quality continues to deteriorate and recreational turfgrass is being regulated to application of alternative water sources, seashore paspalum has emerged as a sustainable turfgrass that tolerates widely variable salinities and is adapted to diverse soils and climates. Paspalum, however, has management requirements that are unique when compared to other warm-season grasses, especially on greens. Seashore paspalum is different, and understanding its nuances is essential to achieving high performance expectations. Various topics will be covered in this seminar, including:
The book “Best Management Practices for Saline and Sodic Turfgrass Soils: Assessment and Management” is recommended for this seminar.