Tag: Paul Koch

One shot to succeed for snow mold control

August 24, 2017 By
One of the most important aspects of a superintendent’s job is effectively controlling disease. However, not all turf diseases are created equal. We sometimes observe certain diseases that are not necessarily destructive. Examples include many leaf spots and rusts. Other ...
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Snow mold lessons learned from last winter

August 16, 2016 By
The winter of 2015-2016 can best be described as unusual, whacky, zany, goofy or any other words that imply it was abnormal for most of the northern United States. December had record-breaking warmth for most locales, and frequent heavy rainfall ...
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Plant Health Series: Part 2

June 1, 2013 By
So much music is about summer. Whether they’re singing “hot fun in the summertime…” or “summertime and the living’s easy…” we change the station. Summer isn’t fun, and it’s not easy. It’s stressful. For turf and for superintendents. But with ...