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Tag: nematode control

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Nematodes on the March

Nathaniel Mitkowski, Ph.D., discusses the best testing and control methods for nematode populations on golf courses across the U.S. ...

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Experts’ Insights: Knocking out nematodes

March 11, 2020 By
Because nematodes are microscopic worms that live in soil and feed on turfgrass roots, it’s often necessary to send a soil sample to a diagnostic lab to confirm that they’ve taken over a given area. However, there are ways to ...

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On the lookout for nematodes

May 31, 2019 By
Clark Throssell interviews Jim Kerns, Ph.D., about nematodes. Kerns is a turfgrass pathologist at North Carolina State University. In addition to conducting research on turfgrass diseases, Kerns and his team devote considerable time to understanding nematodes, the problems they cause ...

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Invisible intruders

March 26, 2018 By
In the summer of 2015, Mark Newton, CGCS at Canyon Farms Golf Club in Lenexa, Kan., was worried he might lose his job. He and his two assistant superintendents were spot-watering greens up to five times a day. His greens ...

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Bayer: Indemnify

November 16, 2017 By
Indemnify® is a game-changing nematicide that delivers improved nematode control, root growth and overall turfgrass health. Indemnify effectively controls sting, root knot, ring, Anguina pacificae and many other key nematodes. Indemnify is safe on all turf types, and it is ...

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Syngenta’s Divanem nematicide receives EPA registration

February 8, 2017 By
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has granted registration to new Divanem nematicide from Syngenta. With the active ingredient abamectin, Divanem delivers excellent turf quality through proven, broad-spectrum control of nematodes on golf course tees, greens and fairways and is safe ...

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