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Research

Texas A&M AgriLife breeds viable Zoysia

May 22, 2020 By
The latest turfgrass variety in a recent string of releases by Texas A&M AgriLife Research breaks new ground among market zoysiagrasses, especially in its viability for golf course putting greens, according to Texas A&M AgriLife. “Zoysias have typically not been ...

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Brown patch shows up as irregular or circular patches of turf with a brown or tan color in the middle. (Photo: NC State University)

Battling brown patch

May 8, 2020 By
Experts from various fungicide manufacturers explain the best methods to help superintendents identify and control brown patch. ...

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The photo shows plots no longer receiving fungicide applications (left) and those that are treated (right). The five trial runs allowed the Rutgers University team to monitor disease progression through the entire season (April to November). (Photo: James Hempfling)

Keeping dollar spot in check

Experts evaluated dollar spot (Clarireedia jacksonii) incidence and disease progress on six bentgrasses that vary in tolerance to the disease. ...

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ABG study area (Photo: Daniel Weisenberger)

Controlling annual bluegrass on golf course putting greens

Experts describe tactics and experiments on how to go about controlling annual bluegrass on golf course putting greens around the U.S. ...

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NC State leads research to develop turfgrasses that use minimal water

May 4, 2020 By
A team of turfgrass researchers from six universities across the country has been working for the past nine years to develop drought-tolerant grasses. Experts from Texas AgriLife Research, Texas A&M System, University of Florida, University of Georgia, North Carolina State ...

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Purdue University and EnP release study on amino acid uptake in turfgrass

April 8, 2020 By
A study conducted by Purdue University and EnP Investments provides evidence that amino acids exogenously applied to turfgrass foliage can be rapidly absorbed and serve as stable sources of precursor molecules to be integrated into the metabolism of the plant. ...

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