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Tag: Corteva Agriscience

Crabgrass germinates when mean soil temperatures are at about 55 degrees F. (Photo by: Fred Yelverton)

Experts’ Insights: Stop crabgrass in its tracks

June 4, 2021 By
Crabgrass is emerging earlier in the spring due to a warming climate. So, it’s critical for golf course superintendents to make applications in the late winter or early spring, depending on location. Crabgrass germinates when the 24-hour mean soil temperature ...

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Eliminating Obstacles

May 1, 2021 By
Products that alleviate daily challenges help superintendents maximize their results. Golf course superintendents face a number of challenges when it comes to turf management. Factors like the weather, temperature and play schedules are common, everyday obstacles all superintendents have to ...

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Crew herbicide now registered in California

March 27, 2021 By
Crew specialty herbicide from Corteva Agriscience, is now registered for use in California. This preemergent herbicide is labeled for use in turfgrass and landscape beds. Crew combines Dimension specialty herbicide with Gallery specialty herbicide in a 2-in-1 solution for broad-spectrum preemergence ...

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[Sponsored Content] The cornerstone products at East Lake Golf Club

September 3, 2020 By
East Lake Golf Club’s Ralph Kepple, CGCS, and Charles Aubry share why three Corteva products have become the cornerstone of their program. Sponsored content by Corteva Agriscience. ...

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[Sponsored Content] Course conditions at the 2020 Tour Championship

September 3, 2020 By
Ralph Kepple, CGCS, director of agronomy at East Lake Golf Club, and Charles Aubry, golf course superintendent at East Lake GC, explains how changes in the tournament schedule have impacted their agronomic program. Plus, tune in for some insight into ...

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Au Naturel

August 12, 2020 By
  A solid plan is key to maintaining native and naturalized areas, which are a growing trend on the golf course. Native and naturalized areas are a growing trend in the golf course industry, says Jared Hoyle, PhD, territory manager ...

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