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Superintendents are often challenged to deal with a variety of factors that are out of their control and must adapt accordingly to each situation.

Making a commitment to sustainable agriculture.  This starts with improving the turf, soil and using it more efficiently.  Agronomic practices are steps turfgrass superintendents incorporate into their management systems to improve soil quality, efficient water use, and improve the environment through better fertilizer/pesticide management.

These steps not only improve a superintendents bottom line by decreasing input costs, but also improve the environment by decreasing water use and over-fertilization.  Agronomic practices are a vital part of sustainable agriculture.  When incorporated, superintendents can see significant increases in yield and improve quality of the land through agronomic practices.