Programming Plant Growth Regulator Applications


Instructor: Bill Kreuser, PhD

This course is designed to be a comprehensive course focused around the scheduling and use of PGR in turfgrass. Briefly cover different PGRs and then dive into their influence on turfgrass growth, health, and playability. This course will go beyond the topics covered in a short one to three hour seminar, while still emphasizing the information that will help maximize PGR performance at your facility.

Designed Duration: 10 Lectures, 3 Quizzes

Credits Earned: 1


  • 4 Sections
  • 11 Lessons
  • 3 Quizzes
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  • 10h Duration
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Welcome to PGR Programming!
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  1. About this course
  2. How to use GreenKeeper University Software
Section 1: Introduction to PGRs and Their Impact on Turfgrass Growth Rate
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  1. Lecture 1: How frequently do you need to re-apply PGRs?
  2. Lecture 2: "All models are wrong, but some are useful"
  3. Building PGR Models - Optional
  4. Quiz 1
Section 2: Model Selection, Green Speed and Over-Regulation
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  1. Lecture 3: The right model can make all the difference
  2. Lesson 4: Over-Regulation
  3. Section 2 Quiz
Section 3: Designing a Successful PGR Program for your Facility
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  1. Lecture 5: Drive Your Growth Rate
  2. Lecture 6: Consequences of PGRs on Turfgrass Performance
  3. Lecture 7: Consequences of PGRs on Turfgrass Performance II
  4. Information on Zoysia Seedhead Control
  5. Section 3 Quiz
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