Nebraska's Golf Course Best Management Practices
Nebraska's golf course superintendents are dedicated to protecting the state's natural resources. As a demonstration of the commitment, superintndents have partnered with turf scients to develop and coument best management practices (BMPs) for golf course management. BMPs help golf course superintendents to prevent water quality impacts and to reduce pesticide usage.
These research-based, voluntary guidelines developed specifically for the state of Maryland, in addition to the state's nutrient and pesticide regulations, not only protect natural resources, they also afford the opportunity for superintendents to be recognized by club members, the community at large, and state officilas as environmental stewards. The development of this web page and the Best Mangagement Practices for Nebraska Golf Courses book was made possible by superintendents in the state of Nebraska and the Golf Course Superintendents Association.