Seashore Paspalum, How to Use and Manage It (1201-01)


January 28, 8-9:45 a.m.
Room: W310AB– West Concourse
1-hour, 45-minute seminar: .20 edu pts Pricing: $85 member  $130 non-member $45 student member

Have you ever heard of Seashore Paspalum? Now, would you like to know more about this warm-season turfgrass that is broadly adapted for use on golf courses especially in tropical and sub-tropical geographical locations? If the answer is yes, then this seminar is for you as it will discuss primary uses of Seashore Paspalum as turfgrass, as well as benefits and limitations when used on golf courses. Participants will also discuss the latest research advances that will impact superintendents’ ability to manage this species. 

General topics that will be covered include:

  • The history, characteristics, and uses of Seashore Paspalum 
  • Agronomics and best management strategies for Seashore Paspalum
  • Pests of Seashore Paspalum and their management
  • Salt management concepts and practices


Presenters

Paul Raymer, Ph.D., Professor, The University of Georgia 

Clint Waltz, Ph.D.
, Professor, The University of Georgia 

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