Interest, incentives, and education towards organic golf course management: A study of Utah golf course superintendents
Applied Turfgrass Science
Plant Management Network
Extensive discussions of sustainability and environmental impact of golf course management have raised interest in how management can be changed to minimize impact. The authors surveyed superintendents in Utah to explore management decisions and interest in organic programs, followed by online education offered on organic management. A survey in the following year explored how their practices changed in response to the education and other factors.
Johnson, Paul G.; Van Dyke, Adam; Hodgson, Erin; Murray, Marion; and Kopp, Kelly, "Interest, incentives, and education towards organic golf course management: A study of Utah golf course superintendents" (2012). CWEL Publications. Paper 23.