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UF Study: Wildflowers on Golf Courses Help Pollinators, Save Resources

A new study from the University of Florida/IFAS shows that planting wildflowers on golf courses not only benefits pollinating insects but also saves time and resources. “Putting wildflowers on golf courses to help pollinators isn’t a new idea…. Read More

A hole in one: UF/IFAS research helps golf courses stay environmentally friendly

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — As golf’s best players tee it up for the Master’s this week, University of Florida researchers are helping golf course superintendents nationwide make their links more environmentally sound by 2020. Bryan Unruh, a professor of… Read More