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Turfgrass Mathematics

Students in the Turfgrass Mathematics course will learn the fundamentals of solving common turfgrass math problems. This course will present examples of various mathematical problems that turfgrass managers face and provide practical methods to solve these problems. Topics for this course will include area and volume calculations, fertilizer calculations, pesticide calculations, seed rate calculations, and how to calibrate a sprayer and spreader.

What You'll Learn

At the end of the course students will be able to:

  1. Calculate area and volume.
  2. Solve dry and liquid fertilizer calculations.
  3. Solve dry and liquid pesticide calculations, including herbicides, fundgicides, and insecticides.
  4. Calculate seeding rate for an area based on Pure Live Seed (PLS).
  5. Calibrate sprayers and spreaders used for pesticide and fertilizer calculations.

Turfgrass Management Program

This course is part of the Turfgrass Management Program that includes the following component courses:

Please note: This course is designed for those working in northern climates such as Oregon and Washington, Europe, Scandinavia and parts of Canada. By focusing on these climates, you'll gain detailed information you can apply to your own park, field or lawn.

Course Hours and GCSAA Class A Credits

Course Title Course Hours GCSAA Class A Credits
Introduction to Turfgrass Management 30 3
Introduction to Golf Course Management 36 3.6
Pesticide Applicator Education and Safety 18 1.8
Irrigation and Drainage 21 2.1
Cool-Season Turfgrass Diseases and Suppression Using Fungicides 30 3
Turfgrass Mathematics 36 3.6
Turfgrass Insects and Weed Management 36 3.6
calendar
Oct. 24 - Dec. 4, 2022
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6 weeks | Asynchronous
location
Online
price (2)
$325 (+$60 registration fee)
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Instructors

Chas Schmid

Chas Schmid, Ph.D., has over 15 years of experience conducting research focused on cultural management practices for golf course turf. Chas is a faculty research associate at Oregon State University, where he teaches in the undergraduate and PACE programs at OSU.

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