Welcome to the AGCSA Shop. The AGCSA stocks and sells a range of merchandise and turf management books which can be ordered through the AGCSA Shop. Please note, if you are an AGCSA member, please log on through the members section of website in order to take advantage of member prices. For more information about items contained in the AGCSA Shop please contact AGCSA membership coordinator Lyndel Conway
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|26th Australian Turfgrass Conference Proceedings|
The 26th Australian Turfgrass Conference Proceedings contains a number of summaries of presentations at the 2010 Gold Coast conference. AGCSA members can purchase a copy for $44 and non-members $55. Very limited stocks.
|AGCSA Polar Fleece|
AGCSA polar fleece, available in black with AGCSA logo. Sizes S-XXXL available. Member-only price $39 (not available for purchase by non-members).
|AGCSA Polo Shirt|
AGCSA polo shirt, available in navy blue with lime green piping and AGCSA logo. Polo shirt made from Dri-Gear material which has a UPF 50+ rating. Sizes S-XXL available. Member-only, until stock lasts at the reduced price of $37 (not available for purchase by non-members).
|ATM Magazine Subscription|
One year's subscription to Australian Turfgrass Management (6 editions per year)
|Australian Native Grasses: Sowing, Growing and Using Them - Third Edition|
The trend towards using native grasses within the golf course environment has developed momentum in recent times with many new course developments and course revegetation programmes taking advantage of the many benefits native grasses afford. Their tolerance to drought and ability to grow in challenging environments with minimal inputs, not to mention the aesthetic value they also add, have made native grasses a logical choice.
|Best Golf Course Management Practices – Third Edition|
Golf courses are continually increasing in number, as well as sophistication in terms of design, management, and increased scrutiny from the general public and regulatory agencies. Golf course management quality and intensity range from very low-maintained facilities to exquisite, highly maintained courses which host major tournaments.
|Best Management Practices for Saline and Sodic Turfgrass Soils|
By R.N. Carrow and R.R. Duncan
University of Georgia duo Bob Carrow and Ronny Duncan would have to be among the most prolific authors within the international turfgrass management scene over the past decade and they have recently added another title to their ever-growing back catalogue. Hot on the heels of Turfgrass and Landscape Irrigation Water Quality: Assessment and Management, a 2009 collaboration with former superintendent and USGA agronomist Michael Huck, Carrow and Duncan have teamed together to publish Best Management Practices for Saline and Sodic Turfgrass Soils: Assessment and Reclamation.
|Bird Conservation on Golf Courses: A Design and Management Manual|
With the golf industry’s push to improve its environmental management practices, golf courses are continually looking at ways and methods of enhancing their operations in order to benefit their immediate environment.
|Bunkers, Pits and Other Hazards (2006)|
The game of golf would not be the unique creature it is were it not for the many and varied hazards which present themselves during a stroll around the links. Whether natural or man made, as any hacker knows they will at some stage ‘conspire’ to ruin what was up until that point a ‘perfect’ round.
|Colour Atlas of Turfgrass Weeds|
Maintaining today’s modern, multi-million dollar turf complexes at the desired level of aesthetics requires knowledge of specific weeds, their biology and available control measures. This book, Color Atlas of Turfgrass Weeds, aims to do just that and does so admirably.