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Dr. Joseph Duich M.



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Cleveland, Ohio 44114

United States

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Background Information


Professor Emeritus of Turfgrass Science
Penn State Limited

Professor Emeritus of Turfgrass Science
SportsField Management

Board Member
Golf Course Superintendents Association of America

The Musser International Turfgrass Foundation



Penn State



Penn State


Penn State Golf Course

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Dr.s Joseph Duich, A.J. Powell and James Watson each played a role in turf management as it is known today and will be missed.
Duich obtained both his B.S. and Ph.D. from Penn State. He then joined the Penn State faculty in 1955. He aided in the education of thousands of undergraduate, graduate and two-year turfgrass students through his career. Among his many accomplishments, Duich helped to develop Penncross bentgrass, Pennfire perennial ryegrass, Pennstar Kentucky bluegrass, Pennlawn creeping fine fescue and Penneagle creaping bentgrass.
This article is tagged with A.J. Powell, James Watson, Joseph Duich, Penn State, Quicksand, turfgrass industry, Virginia Tech. and posted in 1113, Current Issue, Industry News

The Finest Bentgrasses in the World | Oregon Seed Association

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Professors Burton Musser and Joe Duich of Penn State University developed the first Penn bent, Penncross.

Professors Burton Musser and Joe ...

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Professors Burton Musser and Joe Duich of Penn State University developed the first Penn bent, Penncross.

History & Experience | Darren J. Davis, CGCS

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Established and monitored a joint bentgrass research project with Dr. Joseph Duich (Pennsylvania State University) and Dr. Milt Engelke (Texas A&M University)

I realized that the blame, or ...

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I realized that the blame, or more appropriately, the credit belongs to one of my mentors, Dr. Joe Duich, professor emeritus of turfgrass science at The Pennsylvania State University

Dr. Duich developed the two-year turfgrass management technical program in 1957. He was known for his wit and challenging teaching method, and he was also one of my professors in 1990 and 1991. I can vividly recall many examples-one of which involved drainage.
During a class in the fall of 1991, after my classmates and I couldn't provide Dr. Duich with a suitable answer to his question, "What is one of the most fundamental aspects of successful turfgrass management," Dr. Duch informed us that the correct response was, "Drainage, drainage, drainage.
After what seemed liked minutes, but in hindsight was probably seconds, Dr. Duich continued, "It's not rocket science. If you want to be successful at growing turfgrass, you need air drainage, surface drainage and subsurface drainage."
As was often the case with Dr. Duich, it took me a while to really get to the take-home message of this "Super Tip," which is subsurface drainage and our use of stucco mesh lath as part of the process.

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