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Published on Jul 1, 2012

When catastrophic turf losses occur due to record high heat, we can moan and groan and try to find someone to blame, but the truth is that there is nothing that anyone can do in the face of such radically high temperatures and humidities. We expect to see lots of dead turf in the next two weeks, and we also expect that most of it will need many weeks to recover.

Given this unfortunate situation, there is something you can do to help. First, be patient -- the turf will eventually recover, but it may take until fall. Secondly, why not continue playing golf even if conditions are not ideal? Sure, it won't be the same, but it can still be fun. And you will be supporting the game of golf and the golf industry as well.

For more information see these videos:
"Heat and Drought Recovery"
"Why Does Turf Die During the Summer?"
"Summer Has Arrived"
"Wind Can Save the Day"

Learn more about PACE Turf at: or sign up today: . Feel free to embed this video on your golf course or association or other website.

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