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           TURFGRASS TECHNICAL UPDATES                                                                                    Turfgrass Technical Update
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bacterial      FROM THE MTC WEBSITE                                                                                         T T - 04 July 2004
                                                   John Krouse, Research Assistant
                         University of Maryland Dept. of Natural Resource Sciences and Landscape Architecture

    These directions will help you locate and save copies of the University of Maryland’s NEW series of
    Turfgrass Technical Updates via the internet. The ‘TT’ series of publications replaces the turf-related
    University of Maryland ‘Agronomy Mimeo’ (‘AM’ series) publications with similar numbers and titles.
    Eventually, all current turfgrass Agronomy Mimeos will be published in the new ‘TT’ format, as will
    many new ‘TT’ publications.
    ‘TT-77 Recommended Turfgrass Cultivars’ (formerly AM-77), and several other titles are available
    through the internet website of the Maryland Turfgrass Council (MTC). It is anticipated that all new ‘TT’
    publications will published free of charge at the MTC website through 2003. Here’s how to get copies:
    1. Get online through your internet service provider (Comcast, MSN, etc.) and type
    www.mdturfcouncil.org in the address box of your internet browser (Netscape, Internet Explorer, etc.).
    Press the ‘enter’ or ‘go’ button.
    2. As the Maryland Turfgrass Council homepage loads you will see MTC’s grass-leaf logo with many
    ‘bubbles’ on it. Click on the bubble at the bottom that says ‘Turf Education & Publications’.
    3. When the ‘Turf Education & Publications’ page appears, click on the green link that says ‘Maryland
    Extension Publications’. A list of links, such as ‘TT-77: Recommended Turf Cultivars for Sod and
    Professional Seed Mixtures will appear. Click the publication that you wish to read, print, or save.
    4. The document you have selected may take several seconds to a minute or more to load in Adobe
    Acrobat (.pdf) format. This format is used so you can properly view and print the document, but you
    must have the program ‘Adobe Acrobat Reader’ installed on your computer. Many computers are sold
    with Acrobat Reader pre-installed. If you already have Acrobat Reader, the document will open
    automatically, but it may load very slowly.
    5. If the document you selected does NOT load, your computer may prompt you to download Acrobat
    Reader, which is a free program available for download on the internet. If you are not prompted to
    download Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can click on the gold and red button on MTC website or go to
    www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep.html to download the program. Just follow the simple
    instructions to complete the installation, which takes a few minutes.
    6. After Adobe Acrobat Reader is installed, you can open, read, save, and print any of the ‘TT’
    publications. You will also be able to access many other documents in the MTC website, including the
    online newsletter, conference pre-registration forms, free trade show passes, etc.
    7. To reduce download time, be sure to save each new copy of the Adobe Acrobat document on your
    computer desktop or other location in your computer. If there are internet links in the document, you
    will find it much faster to open them in a new browser window from your saved copy.

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