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Tag: creeping bentgrass

Photo: Jim Kerns

Pythium in golf course putting greens

November 23, 2021 By
Experts look for solutions to solve the impairment of root function by Pythium species that leads to the decline of creeping bentgrass and annual bluegrass. ...

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Shady Oaks GC in Fort Worth, Texas. The total course renovation by Ogilvy, Cocking and Mead includes new greens seeded to 777 bentgrass. (Photo Courtesy: Richard Hurley)

Modernizing golf turf with creeping bentgrass: decades of development

September 2, 2021 By
Richard Hurley, Ph.D., details the nearly 40-year process to develop creeping bentgrass varieties to modernize golf course turf. ...

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Bayer: Indemnify

March 17, 2021 By
The healthiest roots make the happiest golfers. You can help maximize root health, promote better quality turf and playing conditions all at once with Indemnify(R).  Indemnify is a next-generation nematicide that controls key plant parasitic nematodes in turfgrass. It improves ...

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Germinating creeping bent in the cold

As turf begins to green up in the spring (or not), superintendents need to quickly repair winterkill damage to putting greens to increase early-season revenue. The term winterkill is a catchall phrase describing several stresses, including damage from cold-weather desiccation, ...

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Effect of FeSO4 and lightweight rolling on dollar spot suppression. (Photo: Travis Roberson)

Iron sulfate and lightweight rolling for dollar spot

Dollar spot (Clarireedia spp.) is one of the most damaging turfgrass diseases worldwide. Superintendents routinely apply a wide variety of broad spectrum and site-specific fungicides to suppress dollar spot, but there are increasing alternatives to traditional fungicides employed for dollar ...

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Prevent winter desiccation on creeping bentgrass

September 17, 2019 By
Winter injury from desiccation is a leading cause of turf loss across the northern and central Great Plains. Desiccation occurs whenever turfgrass water loss exceeds its ability to acquire water from the soil. Desiccation can happen at any time of ...

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