The Revolutionary My Holiday Lawn – With Other Advances, Innovations, & Trends – 2019 01 07

 

 

 

 

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My Holiday Lawn From Jacklin Seed

 

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Decrease Mowing Time & Expense
With
‘My Holiday Lawn’

‘My Holiday Lawn’ is the patented Kentucky bluegrass variety that can be mowed as little as ONCE PER MONTH, as opposed to the 1 or 2 mows per week required by conventional lawn grasses.

Most remarkable is that My Holiday Lawn’ can go weeks with that freshly clipped look.

It does not turn into a hay pasture.

The benefits of ‘My Holiday Lawn’ Kentucky bluegrass  ―

  • Reduce mowing frequency by 50 per cent or more
  • Elite-quality
  • Dark genetic color
  • Excellent product for sod production
  • Reduce fuel and labor costs with less mowing
  • Environmentally-friendly

 

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My Holiday Lawn    Mow As Little As Once Per Month

 

 

 

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JACKLIN FACT SHEET — 2018 00 00 — MY HOLIDAY LAWN — ELITE WITH SPECIAL ATTRIBUTES ( Reference )

 

JACKLIN NEWSLETTER — 2018 03 00 — MY HOLIDAY LAWN — VOL 21 — ISSUE 1 ( Reference )

 

JACKLIN NEWSLETTER — 2015 00 00 — MY HOLIDAY LAWN — VOL 18 — ISSUE 1 ( Reference )

 

JACKLIN NEWSLETTER — 2015 00 00 — MY HOLIDAY LAWN — VOL 18 — ISSUE 3 ( Reference )

 

 

 

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The History Of The Golf Industry

 

Advances, Innovations, & Trends

 

 

For over 100 years, many revolutionary advances and maintenance trends have improved golf course playing conditions. 

 

These new technologies are having a truly positive impact on what paying golf customers demands    high-quality playing conditions and aesthetics. 

 

A list of key advances, innovations, and trends can be viewed in the next segments   

 

 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 2010s   

 

 

Jacklin Seed introduced ‘My Holiday Lawn’ Kentucky bluegrass, a revolutionary variety that can be mowed as little as once per month, as opposed to the 1 or 2 mowings per week that conventional varieties require on golf course rough.

 

Wilson Lawn WeedOut Ultra ( 4-Cl-IAA ) was released as a natural herbicide for the control of broad-leaved weeds in the urban landscape    particularly dandelion & plantain. 

 

According to the United States Golf Association ( USGA )    many advances, innovations, and trends have had a positive impact on the golf industry, such as    drones;  forward tee additions;  GPS-guided sprayers;  moisture meters;  robotic mowers;  & wireless irrigation. 

 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 2000s   

 

 

Several fungicides were introduced    Aliette WDG (fosetyl-al );  Banner MAXX ( propiconazole );  Compass 50WG   trifloxystrobin );  Heritage ( azoxystrobin );  Terraclor Flowable ( quintozene ). 

 

According to the United States Golf Association ( USGA )    many advances, innovations, and trends have had a positive impact on the golf industry, such as    large-scale tree removal projects;  oscillating fans;  & spin top-dressers. 

 

 

 

Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 1990s   

 

 

Several fungicides were introduced    Daconil Ultrex ( chlorothalonil );  Proturf Granular Fungicide X ( iprodione );  Rovral Green Flowable ( iprodione ). 

 

An insecticide was introduced    Merit ( imidacloprid ). 

 

Mr Ronald G Dodson concluded an agreement with the United States Golf Association ( USGA ) for a special program that was to help golf clubs manage and build under the Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf. 

 

Ransomes introduced the « electric riding greens mower » which unfortunately, was unable to mow eighteen greens with a single charge    later, Jacobsen introduced an electric greens mower capable of mowing eighteen greens on a flat-terrain golf course. 

 

According to the United States Golf Association ( USGA )    many advances, innovations, and trends have had a positive impact on the golf industry, such as    bunker liners;  cell phone communication;  equipment wash areas;  fairway topdressing;  growth regulators;  individual irrigation head control;  & the internet & personal computers. 

 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 1980s   

 

 

The beginning of the fourth scientific generation of pest control products with propiconazole    research was being directed towards pest control products requiring « low rates » of application   

 

Several fungicides were introduced    Aliette ( fosetyl-al, US ) ;  Banner ( propiconazole );  Daconil 2787 Flowable ( chlorothalonil );  PMAS Turf Fungicide ( mercurial );  Proturf Broad Spectrum Granular Fungicide ( mercurial & thiram );  Proturf Fertilizer Plus Fungicide VIII ( iprodione & thiophanate-methyl, US );  Proturf Fungicide VI ( iprodione, US );  Proturf Granular Systemic Fungicide ( benomyl & later thiophanate-methyl );  Proturf Pythium Control ( metalaxyl, US );  Spotrete-F ( thiram ). 

 

Propiconazole was the first DMI fungicide ( a.k.a. DeMethylation Inhibiting fungicide, or triazole fungicide ). 

 

The creeping bentgrass variety Pennlinks was registered. 

 

By the end of the decade, turfgrass irrigation with effluent water was practiced on at least ten per cent of U S golf facilities. 

 

The Jacobsen Manufacturing Company patented the Turf Groomer for use on greens mowers like the Greens King IV. 

 

Jacobsen also produced the LF-100, which was the first « lightweight five-gang riding mower » for use on golf course fairways. 

 

The Toro Company launched the HydroJect for water-injection on golf course putting greens. 

 

According to the United States Golf Association ( USGA )    many advances, innovations, and trends have had a positive impact on the golf industry, such as    spikeless golf shoes & two-way radio communication. 

 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 1970s   

 

 

The third scientific generation of pest control products with benomyl, chloroneb, glyphosate, & iprodione  ―

 

Several fungicides were introduced    Chipco 26019 ( iprodione, US );  Proturf 28-0-7 Plus Fungicide DSB ( benomyl, US );  Proturf DSB Fungicide ( benomyl );  Proturf Fungicide II ( chloroneb );  Proturf Fungicide V ( chloroneb );  Rovral WP ( iprodione );  Terraneb SP ( chloroneb );  Tersan 1991 ( benomyl ). 

 

Benomyl was the first ever « systemic » fungicide. 

 

A non-selective herbicide was introduced    Roundup ( glyphosate ). 

 

The creeping bentgrass varieties ‘Emerald’ , ‘Prominent’ , & Penneagle were registered.

The automated irrigation systems with a central computer controller was designed for use in the golf maintenance industry.

The concept of the [ failed ] Integrated Pest Management ( IPM ) was popularized.

The string trimmer was originally invented under the name « Weed Eater ».

Dr James B Beard published a book entitled « Turfgrass. Science and Culture », which remained the « bible » for an entire generation of turf maintenance professionals.

 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 1960s   

 

 

The second scientific generation of pest control products with chlorothalonil, chlorpyrifos, dicamba, & Proturf granular products    

 

Several fungicides were introduced    Daconil Wettable Powder ( chlorothalonil );  Dyrene;  PMA-10 ( mercurial );  Proturf 24-5-3 ( mercurial & thiram, US );  Proturf FF II 14-3-3 ( quintozene );  Terraneb SP/Tersan SP ( chloroneb ). 

 

An insecticide was introduced    Dursban ( chlorpyrifos ). 

 

A selective herbicide was introduced    Banvel ( dicamba )

 

In Canada, Killex Liquid Turf Herbicide was first registered for use in the turf maintenance industry    in the United States, PBI Gordon released a similar product called Trimec. 

 

Specifications for a method of putting green construction was published by the United States Golf Association ( USGA ). 

 

The Jacobsen Manufacturing Company produced the Greens King, which was the first « riding triplex greens mower ». 

 

Methylene urea, a new slowly-available source of nitrogen, was released for use in the turf maintenance industry. 

 

O M Scott & Sons released the Kentucky bluegrass variety ‘Windsor’, leading to the decline of « common » Kentucky bluegrass. 

 

‘Manhattan’  &  ‘Linn’ were developed by breeders who had been repeatedly trying to provide improvements to « common » perennial ryegrass for decades. 

 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 1950s   

 

 

The first scientific generation of pest control products with synthetic organic insecticides    

 

Several insecticides were introduced    Diazinon;  Malathion;  Sevin ( carbaryl )    these ultimately replaced the earlier standard insecticide, lead arsenate. 

 

Several fungicides were introduced    Acti-dione ( cycloheximide );   Merfusan ( mercurials );  PMAS ( mercurial );  Quintozene ( PCNB );  Tersan LSR ( maneb );  Thiram/Tersan 75. 

 

Penncross was the first creeping bentgrass variety registered. 

 

‘Park’ Kentucky bluegrass variety was released    it was the closest in appearance & growth habit to the « old common » Kentucky bluegrass. 

 

U S genius-inventor Thomas C Mascaro introduced the vertical mower, used for removing thatch    previously, thatch removal was performed manually with hand rakes. 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 1940s   

 

 

In the post-war scientific generation of pest control products, there sparked three significant discoveries in the world of pest control products    the insecticide DDT, the organophosphorus insecticides, & the selective phenoxy-acetic acid herbicides    

 

Several synthetic organic insecticides were introduced    Chlordane;  DDT;  Sabadilla. 

 

A large number of fungicides were introduced beginning in the mid-1940s    Cadmium compounds;  Calo-Clor ( mercurials );  Captan. 

 

The selective herbicides were introduced just around the end of the Second World War for broad-leaved weed control    mecoprop/MCPP, MCPA;  2,4-D;  2,4-DP/dichlorprop;  2,4,5-T. 

 

Lead arsenate continued to provide good results in the control of damaging turf insects, such as    cutworms, earthworms, sod webworms, & white grubs. 

 

The variety ‘Merion’ was first produced    it was the first generation of the modern « improved varieties » or « improved cultivars » of Kentucky bluegrass. 

 

U S genius-inventor Thomas C Mascaro invented & patented the first mechanical turfgrass-cultivating machine, which was called the « Aerifier ». 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 1930s   

 

 

The early scientific generation of pest control products with mercurials & lead arsenate   

 

Throughout the decade, a combination of Semesan ( chlorophenol mercury ) & thiram, named Tersan OM, started to become the standard control for turf diseases. 

 

Lead arsenate was used for « poisoning » turf for 5 years for the control of beetles & grubs    the application rate was 100 pounds per 3,000 square feet, 3-inches deep. 

 

Most creeping bentgrass varieties that had been commonly used by the golf course maintenance industry were vegetatively propagated. 

 

With revolutionary seed mixtures, bentgrass over-seeding on putting greens became an old & accepted management practice    aeration holes & slicer marks provided an ideal seed-bed for the bentgrass seed    visible progress with bentgrass establishment was expected to take at least three to five years. 

 

Turfgrass disease control programs consisted primarily of dew removal & applications of hydrated lime. 

 

Sprayers, which were equipped with spray booms or guns, became the standard method of applying fungicides to turf    previously, sand or fertilizer served as carriers, instead of water. 

 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 1920s   

 

 

The early scientific generation of pest control products with mercurials & Bordeaux mixture   

 

By the end of the decade, Bordeaux mixture fungicide, for brown patch, a combination of copper sulfate & lime, was abandoned & replaced by mercurials    chlorophenyl mercury ( Semesan ) & other mercurials were the standard disease controls for brown patch & dollar spot on bentgrass putting greens. 

 

By the end of the decade, chlorophenyl mercury ( Semesan ) & other mercurials were the standard disease controls for brown patch & dollar spot on bentgrass putting greens. 

 

On putting greens, fertilizer-fungicide combinations were being concocted for the control of brown patch disease    cottonseed meal, Milorganite, poultry manure, & soybean meal were mixed with mercurials. 

 

On putting greens, the best method of controlling dandelions was to impregnate the crown of the plant with sulphuric acid    weeds were exceptionally difficult to control because manure was often used as a source of fertilizer. 

 

For the insecticical control of white grubs, the injection of carbon disulfide was suggested for the first time on turf, to be poured directly into each grub burrow with a funnel. 

 

Experiments showed that white grubs could be successfully controlled with either lead arsenate    turf areas that were treated were « poisoned » enough to remain grub-proof for a period of five years. 

 

Ammonium sulfate, although high-priced, was becoming accepted as a fertilizer    experiments had showed that it was not only conducive to turfgrass growth, but it was also very effective in discouraging the invasion of weeds. 

 

Organic fertilizers were also used on fairways, such as  ──  barnyard & stable manures, bone meal, cottonseed meal, dried blood, fish scrap, & tankage. 

 

The granular natural organic fertilizer Milorganite was derived from the bio-solids left over from waste-water treatment in the city of Milwaukee    its great selling feature was that it did not burn turf ( unlike ammonium sulfate ). 

 

Jacobsen introduced the first ever « cast aluminum power greens mower » for use in the golf course maintenance industry. 

 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 1910s   

 

 

The early scientific generation of pest control products with lead arsenate & Bordeaux mixture   

 

Bordeaux mixture dust, a combination of copper sulfate & lime, was adopted as the standard disease control against brown patch. 

 

The chemical industry began the commercial production of lead arsenate insecticide, in paste & powder forms. 

 

Nonetheless, turfgrass disease control programs consisted primarily of dew removal & applications of hydrated lime. 

 

Most creeping bentgrass varieties that were commonly used by the golf course maintenance industry were vegetatively propagated. 

 

The Worthington Mower Company introduced the 80-inch horse-drawn reel mower for use on golf course fairways    the horse wore leather boots to avoid damage. 

 

The « gang mower » with « 30-inch reel mowers » was produced by Worthington. 

 

 

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Advances, Innovations, & Trends    The History Of The Golf Industry

 

During The 1900s   

 

 

Putting greens consisted of red fescue & Kentucky bluegrass. 

 

South German bentgrass was introduced as a revolutionary seed mixture    a high quality mixture contained 40 to 60 per cent colonial bentgrass, 5 to 40 per cent velvet bentgrass, 5 to 15 per cent red top, & a very small percentage of creeping bentgrass. 

 

Turfgrass disease control programs consisted primarily of dew removal & applications of hydrated lime. 

 

 

 

 

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Before making a final decision, the turf manager is expected to obtain trusted expert advice from extension specialists, local distributors and/or agronomists. 

 

All decisions must take into account the prevailing growing conditions, the time of year, & the established management practices. 

 

All products mentioned in A Look At … should be used in accordance with the manufacturer’s directions, & according to provincial, state, or federal law. 

 

For the official advantages, benefits, features, precautions, & restrictions concerning any product, the turf manager must rely only on the information furnished by the manufacturer. 

 

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Here is a brief summary of Mr Gathercole’s career     

 

FIELDS OF UNIVERSITY STUDY         Crop, Horticulture, & Turfgrass Sciences      Mathematics & Physics

 

ALMA MATERS         McGill University      University of Guelph      the first person ever to obtain bachelors of science degrees & contribute directly to both the professional lawn care & golf maintenance industries. 

 

EXPERTISE         turf & ornamental maintenance & troubleshooting      history of the green space industry      sales & distribution of seeds, chemicals, fertilizers, & equipment      fertilizer manufacturing & distribution      environmental issues & anti-pesticide terrжrism. 

 

NOTABLE ACTIVITIES         worked in virtually all aspects of the green space industry, including golf maintenance, professional lawn care, tree & shrub care, distribution, environmental compliance, government negotiations, public affairs, & workplace safety      the supervisor, consultant, &, programmer for the successful execution of hundreds-of-thousands of management operations in the golf course & urban landscape, as well as millions of pest control applications      the advisor, instructor, & trainer for thousands of turf & ornamental managers & technicians      the pesticide certification instructor for thousands of industry workers      a founder of the modern professional lawn care industry      the prolific writer for industry publications, reports, & blogs      the first to confirm the invasion of European Chafer insects in both the Montreal region & the Vancouver / Fraser Valley region      with Dr Peter Dernoeden, the first to confirm the presence of Take All Patch as a disease of turf in Eastern Canada      with Dr David Shetlar, the first to confirm the presence of Kentucky Bluegrass Scale as an insect pest in south-western Ontario, & later, in the Montreal & Vancouver regions. 

 

SPECIAL CONTRIBUTIONS         the creator of the Pesticide Ban Exception Status that allowed the golf industry to avoid being subjected to anti-pesticide prohibition for a generation      the creator of the signs that are now used for posting after application      the co-founder of annual winter convention for Quebec golf course superintendents      the founder of the first ever Turf Summit with guest Dr Jack L Eggens   https://wp.me/p1jq40-7dT      the major influence in the decision by Canadian Cancer Society to stop selling-for-profit fresh pesticide-treated daffodils   https://wp.me/P1jq40-1OW      the only true reliable witness of the events of anti-pesticide prohibition in the town of Hudson, Quebec   https://wp.me/p1jq40-asu      the founder ( now retired ) of A Look At … & Force Of Nature reports & blogs. 

 

NOTABLE AWARD         the first man-of-the-year for contributions leading to the successful founding of the Quebec professional lawn care trade association, which served as a beach-head against anti-pesticide activists in the 1980s & 1990s. 

 

LEGACIES      Mr Gathercole & his colleagues         designed & implemented strategies that reined anti-pesticide activists & provided peace & prosperity for the entire modern green space industry for a generation      orchestrated legal action against anti-pesticide activists in the town of Hudson, Quebec      launched the largest founding professional lawn care business in the nation      quadrupled the business revenues of one of the largest suppliers in the nation. 

 

Mr Gathercole is now retired, although his name continues to appear as the founder of A Look At … & Force Of Nature reports & blogs. 

 

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