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Chapter 1. Where to Start? The Big Picture. Chapter 2. The QC/Management Role as Owner Representative. Chapter 3. Agronomic Concerns of Finish Construction Details. Chapter 4. Ready to Plant?: Planting Details. Chapter 5. Fertilization/Control Product Management. Chapter 6. Programmed Management Areas of Establishment: Irrigation, Mowing. Chapter 7. Erosion and Sediment Control/Damage Repair. Chapter 8. Cultural Program Establishment. Chapter 9. First Year Budget/Special Needs. Chapter 10. Particulars of Renovating an Existing Course. Chapter 11. Specialized Areas of Concern. Chapter 12. Closing Comments. Appendix 1: Example Final Critical Path. Appendix 2: Architect Drawings Are Excellent Field Notebooks. Appendix 3: Properly Detailed Asbuilt Drawing. Appendix 4: Average Projected Water Availability vs. Need. Appendix 5: Water Suitability Standards for Irrigation. Appendix 6: Dual Irrigation System for Green Complex. Appendix 7: Estimated Golf Course Construction Breakdown. Appendix 8: Suggested Budgetary Need Breakdowns. Appendix 9: Maintenance Facility Zones and Major Design Considerations. Appendix 10: Example Daily Planner as Grow-in Manager. Appendix 11: Catch Basin Installation Cross Section. Appendix 12: Green/Bunker Drainage Incorporation. Appendix 13: Phosphorus Needs at Seeding. Appendix 14: Fertigation Calibration Worksheet. Appendix 15: Grow-in Fertility Needs by Turf Type/Area. Appendix 16: Tissue Nutrient Ranges by Turf Type. Appendix 17: First Year Budget Line Items/Areas to Address. Appendix 18: Correct French Drain Profile. Appendix 19: Deep Root Tree Fertilization Injection Pattern. Appendix 20: Tree Placement and Shape Affect Playability and Turf Health. Glossary. References. Index.
Charles B. White is the author of Turf Managers' Handbook for Golf Course Construction, Renovation, and Grow-In, published by Wiley.