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October 15, 2002 Haith, D. A. 2002. Modeling pesticide runoff from turf. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(16):1-7. October 1, 2002 Bushoven, J. T., Z. Jiang, and R. J. Hull. 2002. Differences in nitrate uptake and metabolism among perennial ryegrass and creeping bentgrass cultivars. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(15):1-14. September 15, 2002 Haith, D. A. 2002. Modeling pesticide volatilization from turf. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(14):1-5. September 1, 2002 Cisar, J. L., R. H. Snyder, J. B. Sartain, and C. J. Borgert. 2002. Dislodgeable residues of chlorpyrifos and isazofos and implications for golfer exposure. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(13):1-10. August 15, 2002 Hughes, H., D. Christenen, T. Koski, and S. Reid. 2002. Desert saltgrass: a potential new turfgrass. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(12):1-4. August 1, 2002 Lee, G., R. R. Duncan, and R. N. Carrow. 2002. Initial selections of salt-tolerant seashore paspalum ecotypes. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(11):1-7. July 15, 2002 Frank, K. 2002. Buffalograss management research: the results may surprise you. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(10):1-6. July 1, 2002 Frank, J. H. 2002. A parasitic fly that kills mole crickets. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(9):1-5. June 15, 2002 Rogers, M. E., and D. A. Potter. 2002. Biological control of white grubs by parasitic wasps. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(8):1-5. June 1, 2002 Williams, D. W., and P. B. Burns. 2002. Renovation of perennial ryegrass fairways with seeded bermudagrasses. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(7):1-6. May 15, 2002 Howard, J. H. 2002. Golf course design and maintenance: impacts on amphibians. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(6):1-21. May 1, 2002 Brandenburg, R. L. 2002. Improving mole cricket management by targeting their weakness. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(5):1-8. April 15, 2002 Scott, D. E., B. S. Metts, and J. W. Gibbons. 2002. Seasonal wetlands and golf courses. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(4):1-7. April 1, 2002 Kenna, M. P., and J. T. Snow. 2002. Environmental research: past and future. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(3):1-25. March 15, 2002 Stangel, P., and K. Distler. 2002. Golf courses for wildlife: Looking beyond the turf. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(2):1-6. March 1, 2002 Anderson, M., A. Guenzi, D. Martin, C. Taliaferro, and N. Spring Dead Spot: a Major Bermudagrass Disease. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 1(1):1-5. Back to top

In addition, Windows automatically creates restore points at hard-to-predict intervals . The first thing to understand here is that the System Restore task on Vista and 7 will only execute if your computer is idle for at least 10 minutes and is running on AC power. Since the definition of “idle” is “0% CPU usage and 0% disk input for 90% of the last 15 minutes, plus no keyboard/mouse activity” ( source ), it could take days for your machine to be idle, especially if you have a lot of programs running in the background.

We know that protein synthesis – the anabolic phase/window after a workout – only lasts about 1-2 days, with an even shorter duration as you become more advanced (12-16 hours in some studies). More sets and exercises can provide a more powerful stimulus, but does not seem to be able to extend the anabolic window much at all. More volume does, however, require a longer recovery time to be able to perform maximally again. Pro bodybuilders routinely do 20 sets once a week per muscle group and can get great results from it, both because they have worked their way up to endure this volume over many years of training, because they have the genetics to respond to this type of training – but also because they use anabolic steroids that extends the anabolic phase from just 1-2 days to 1-2 weeks. In fact, studies have shown that subjects who only used steroids with NO training, built more muscle mass and strength over three months than subjects who lifted regularly WITHOUT steroids!


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