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Effect of Fraise Mowing on Soil Physical Properties

December 1, 2017

Fraise mowing is an ultra-aggressive cultural practice that purges plant and soil material from 0 to 5 cm depths. Fraise mowing may remove surface crusts and compaction thus improving infiltration,

Make Tree Hugging a Lost Art

December 1, 2017

- Validate your environmental best practices through certification -- Go beyond documenting your environmental best management practices. Achieve STMA's Environmental Facility Certification for a single field or for a complex. This

Featured Speakers of the Month

December 1, 2017

Each month two speakers presenting at the 2018 National STMA Conference and Exhibition in Fort Worth, Texas will be featured. Don't miss the educational opportunities offered at the conference! Keith Winter

Register for the STMA Student Challenge!

December 1, 2017

The 2018 STMA Conference will be taking place January 16-19 in Fort Worth, Texas. Don't forget to register to take part in the STMA Student Challenge by December 15. Registrations

Renew Your Membership Online

December 1, 2017

STMA has begun its 2018 renewal process. For uninterrupted membership benefits, renew today! Go online, log-in, go to our shopping cart (found within "Membership, Merchandise & Online Registration" tab) and

Research shows drones could help crop management take off

November 21, 2017

Unmanned aerial systems (UAS), commonly referred to as drones, could help farmers determine if their crop is growing satisfactorily, according to a recent study conducted by University of Tennessee Institute

Pitch Management – interview with sports field coordinator Justin Lang

November 21, 2017

In her latest industry interview, Sporting Venue Business’s Katie McIntyre hears insights from Melbourne & Olympic Park’s Sports Field Coordinator overseeing AAMI Park and the associated training fields, Justin Lang,

Sports tourism pays off for Myrtle Beach

November 21, 2017

Most visitors to Grand Strand might look forward to its flashier attractions: the blinking carnival rides at Family Kingdom or the pocket of late-night clubs at Broadway at the Beach. But

Rethinking legacy for host cities: The dawn of a new era

November 21, 2017

The new major event hosting model risks leaving cities with no built legacy, so they must look elsewhere to extend the benefits that derive from hosting events. A new report

T-shirts support disabled vets, military families

November 14, 2017

There is always room in the drawer for another cool t-shirt. That’s what Project EverGreen and Nufarm are counting on as they offer special edition “A Greener Call of Duty”