An example of ample light when temperature limits growth
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This is a follow-up to the episode last week when I mentioned that I was looking at snow outside, that the light would be ample for growth, but the temperatures were below freezing and thus temperature was limiting the growth. I discuss the new blog post that shows those light data. An example of ample DLI: The USGA Green Section Record with the fine podcast, frost research, Pat Jones article, and much more: The  @TurfgrassEpistemology  episode with Travis Shaddox on K and soil testing: Read more about all kinds of turfgrass topics at ATC newsletters at information and decision-making tools at Turf YouTube channel at's YouTube channel at
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