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Turf RevivalFeaturesAgronomy

March 13, 2024
Plants are talking: Are you listening?

Turf RevivalNewsAgronomy

March 7, 2024
OTRF approves grants for two University of Guelph-led turfgrass research projects

Turf RevivalNewsLandscapingMunicipal

February 20, 2024
Yard maintenance bylaw change proposed for London to avoid fines for naturalized properties

Turf RevivalFeaturesEco-Friendly SoilsTurf care

January 30, 2024
DNA-analyzed compost plays key role in managing healthy turfgrass

Turf RevivalFeaturesAgronomyTurf care

December 11, 2023
An evaluation of retail fertilizers for home use: a Guelph Turfgrass Institute research project

Turf RevivalNewsEco-Friendly PracticesMunicipal

November 27, 2023
Alberta town mandates drought-tolerant grasses be grown on new lawns

Turf RevivalNewsEco-Friendly PracticesLandscaping

November 15, 2023
Ecologists warn leaf raking is detrimental to important pollinators and birds

Turf RevivalNewsEco-Friendly Practices

November 13, 2023
Gardening writer shares the do’s and don’ts of the ‘leave the leaves’ campaign

Turf RevivalNewsFall/Winter PreparationsGolf & Landscaping

November 6, 2023
Several agencies cite benefits for keeping fallen leaves unraked on lawns

Turf RevivalFeaturesAgronomy

October 17, 2023
The important role played by plant growth regulators

Turf RevivalFeaturesEco-Friendly PracticesProfilesTechnology

October 5, 2023
Research pegs distillery stillage as a promising turfgrass fertilizer

Turf RevivalFeaturesEco-Friendly PracticesProfiles

September 11, 2023
Canadian researchers play key role in better understanding sensitive soil composition

Turf RevivalFeaturesAgronomyEco-Friendly Practices

September 1, 2023
Are biosolids good for turf, or just bull? Research looks at practicality, sustainability

Turf RevivalNewsEco-Friendly PracticesLandscaping

August 4, 2023
Kamloops a trend setter for its embracing of xeriscaped yards over traditional lawns

Turf RevivalNewsEco-Friendly PracticesLandscaping

July 28, 2023
Community workshops aim to give local residents an appreciation of sustainable landscaping

Turf RevivalFeaturesEco-Friendly Practices

June 12, 2023
Guelph Turfgrass Institute weighs in on No Mow May’s shortcomings