Turf & Rec

Revival Week 2024

Turf Revival Week
April 8-12

Turf & Rec is marking Turf Revival Week April 8-12, with a focus on practices designed to set green spaces on the path toward vitality as the growing season gets underway and winter’s impact is in the rear-view mirror. Topics include fertility and other inputs, eco-friendly strategies as well as practical mowing practices.


Stories continue below

AgronomyTurf Revival

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

AgronomyTurf Revival

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

LandscapingMunicipalTurf Revival

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

Eco-Friendly SoilsTurf careTurf Revival

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

AgronomyTurf careTurf Revival

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

Eco-Friendly PracticesMunicipalTurf Revival

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

Eco-Friendly PracticesLandscapingTurf Revival

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

Eco-Friendly PracticesTurf Revival

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

Eco-Friendly PracticesLandscapingTurf Revival

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

AgronomyTurf Revival

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

Eco-Friendly PracticesProfilesTechnologyTurf Revival

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

Eco-Friendly PracticesProfilesTurf Revival

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

AgronomyEco-Friendly PracticesTurf Revival

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

Eco-Friendly PracticesLandscapingTurf Revival

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

Eco-Friendly PracticesLandscapingTurf Revival

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

Eco-Friendly PracticesTurf Revival

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