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(Fig. 2) Delayed spring green-up of ultradwarf bermudagrass in untreated control plots in Fayetteville, Ark., on April 2016. (Photo: Mike Richardson, Ph.D.)

Late-fall wetting agent application and ultradwarf bermudagrass winter survival

Experts share findings such as treatment, experimental design and more from research trials. ...

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Fungicide efficacy on spring dead spot-infected bermudagrass

September 28, 2023 By , , and
Researchers share their findings from three fungicide efficacy studies at the North Carolina State University Turfgrass Field Lab. ...

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Photo: Nathan Waler, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University, EPP-7665

Spring disappointment with spring dead spot

September 25, 2023 By
This fungal disease can lead to significant damage and economic losses on golf courses if uncontrolled. ...

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Why the winter of 2022-2023 was a proverbial snow mold bloodbath

August 21, 2023 By
Paul Koch, Ph.D., examines why the winter of 2022-2023 was a proverbial snow mold bloodbath and shares the results of a recent research trial. ...

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How a nitrogen source can reduce Michrodochium patch

August 18, 2023 By
Mike Kenna, Ph.D., shares Oregon State University's research on alternative methods to reduce Microdochium patch. ...

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What fungicides control Pythium root rot on creeping bentgrass greens the best?

NC State experts share findings from three Pythium root rot experiments conducted on creeping bentgrass at their Turfgrass Field Lab. ...

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