Written by Jay Hobgood, Ph.D., Ohio State
The average temperature for August will be near normal. Precipitation will be above normal for the month.
The weather pattern in August will continue the pattern we have seen for most of this summer.
One or two cold fronts will move across Ohio each week. Southerly winds ahead of the cold fronts will bring warm, humid air to the region. When the cold fronts move across the state, they will lift the air and showers and thunderstorms could develop.
Northerly winds behind the cold fronts will bring cooler, less humid air. The warm and cool periods associated with the active weather pattern should average out to near normal temperatures for the month.
Occasionally, clusters of thunderstorms could add to rain produced by the passage of the cold fronts and rainfall is likely to be above normal for August.
By Jay Hobgood, Ph.D., Ohio State University
The average temperature for July will be above normal. Precipitation will be near normal for the month.
The weather pattern in July will feature the typical hot humid weather associated with the middle of summer. A large high pressure system centered over the Atlantic Ocean will circulate warm humid air over Ohio during much of the month. Cold fronts will move south from Canada occasionally and they will provide brief breaks from the heat and humidity. Since the wind will blow predominantly from the south, the average temperature will end up being above average for July. Summertime thunderstorms and the occasional cold fronts will combine to produce near average rainfall in many parts of the state.
The Glenn B. Hudson Memorial Scholarship Tournament is just around the corner! This event is only played every three years and is always full of fun, networking and chances to win and bid on great prizes.
Funds raised by this event have helped support our Glenn B. Hudson Memorial Scholarship which is given to worthy students each year. In fact, many current and past board members, COGCSA members and local industry professionals have received this scholarship in the past.
Click here for a list of past recipients.
Learn more about Glenn B. Hudson and the scholarship fund
REGISTER TO PLAY.
Spots are still available to get a team into the event!
BECOME A SPONSOR.
Are you a superintendent? Ask your club to sponsor a hole. A vendor? Align your brand with the event as an Eagle or Birdie Sponsor.
DONATE AN ITEM.
Do you have any items that you could donate to the raffle or silent auction? Rounds of golf? Product? Items from your golf shop? Make a donation to help support the event.
We'll have several contests and other activities taking place that day. We could always use a few extra hands getting things done. If you or someone you know might be able to help, please contact Brian at email@example.com.
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU AT THE LAKES ON JUNE 26th!
Special thanks to our partners and attendees for their participation in yesterday's chapter event at York Golf Club.
Attendees were able to learn more about fungicide resistance and disease management from Bayer's, Rob Golembiewski, Ph. D. Dr. Golembiewski provided recommendations on fungicide rotations, warned of patterns which could lead to resistance and more.
Finally, thanks to JT Thompson and his crew for hosting the event and for providing an outstanding course for attendees to play. Check out a few photos of the course in our photo gallery.
May 8th - York Golf Club
Align your brand with the Central Ohio GCSA. 2017 Partnerships are now available.
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Great Lakes Turf to Offer TriCure Surfactants
Grand Rapids, MI, (November 1, 2016) — Great Lakes Turf, a supplier of turf fertilizers and chemicals to the golf and sports turf markets in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois is partnering with Mitchell Products, a manufacturer of specialty soil wetting agents, to offer the TriCure Surfactant line in these states.
TriCure is an established premium wetting agent sold throughout the U.S. and overseas and is highly regarded in the turf market for maintaining optimum soil moisture control in golf and sports turf fields, resulting in healthier turf, less water usage, and consistent playing conditions.
“We’re excited to have Great Lakes Turf working with us to promote our products in this region and are impressed with the professionalism they bring to the market,” said David Mitchell, Mitchell Products Managing Partner.
Great Lakes Turf, LLC, located in Byron Center, MI, is a distributor of fertilizers, chemicals, diagnostic services and maintenance accessories to golf courses and athletic fields in the Great Lakes region.
Have you ever thought about owning your own business?
Do you currently call on golf courses and would like to expand your line?Would you like to sell to different markets, i.e. Golf, Sports Turf, Tree & Lawn care? Are you tired of working 80 hours a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day? Would you like to spend more time with your family or doing the things you enjoy? If you answered yes to any of these questions keep reading.....
NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!
Plant Food Company, Inc., a 70 year old, family owned company, is looking to expand their distribution into the Ohio Market. Distribution opportunities are available in Northeastern, Central and S. OH. We offer a complete line of liquid fertilizers, biostimulants, micronutrients, wetting agents, water treatments and granular soil amendments. Product lines include: Professional Turf and Lawn & Tree Care.
This is a ground floor opportunity to work with a well established company whose success is well documented. Complete product and sales training is provided. There are no upfront costs to obtain an exclusive distributorship.
Contact: Jeff Knapp - Director of Distributor Development
The next edition of Seventy Connection is hot off the press! Read it online or download.
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Read the first issue of Seventy Connection, the new collaborative resource of the Miami Valley GCSA and Central Ohio GCSA.
A gofundme campaign has been created to help provide financial support to our colleagues at Greenbrier Resort (WV). Last week, the Greenbrier Resort area suffered catastrophic damage from unprecedented flooding. Many are without shelter, food and water. This campaign is to help residents begin to get back to some sort of normalcy.
Please visit the gofundme campaign page to make a donation.
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