combinations for conservation

    New Extension book helps  homeowners and

    designers create beautful, low-water landscapes

    7 Principles of Water-Wise landscapes
    sustainable turfgrass
     

    Latest News

    Ring to GREEN Report on Necrotic ring spot

    Ring to GREEN Report on Necrotic ring spot

    Necrotic ring spot (Ophiosphaerella korrae) is the most commonly diagnosed fungal turfgrass disease by the Utah State University Plant Pest Diagnostic Laboratory. CWEL's Kelly Kopp and Paul Harris release a research report evaluating Ring to GREEN product by GreenMaster Distributing, LLC for the control of necrotic ring spot in turfgrass.

    Read More
    CWEL Impacts on Water Conservation in Utah 2016

    CWEL Impacts on Water Conservation in Utah 2016

    The Center for Water Efficient Landscaping has both research and outreach responsibilities, taking valuable research outcomes and working with local communities to educate Utah citizens and make a positive impact on water conservation efforts in our state. CWEL has made progress on the following projects in 2016:

    Read More
    Bringing Water to Life podcast

    Bringing Water to Life podcast

    CWEL’s Kelly Kopp joins the ‘Bringing Water to Life’ podcast. Kelly discusses turf-removal programs and how the best way to start conserving water in the landscape is to first irrigate efficiently.

    Read More
    M.S. or Ph.D. research assistantships available

    M.S. or Ph.D. research assistantships available

    M.S. or Ph.D. research assistantships are available with the Center for Water Efficient Landscaping at Utah State University to study urban landscapes and urban water management.

    Read More
    Water Check Program Saves Homeowners Water

    Water Check Program Saves Homeowners Water

    The Slow the Flow Water Check Program is in full swing along the Wasatch Front offering free irrigation efficiency assessments. A considerable amount of water can be saved through efficient irrigation as a typical Utah homeowner applies twice as much water as necessary to their landscape. The Deseret News reports on the Water Check Program.

    Read More
    View More