Tag: plant growth regulator

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Primo Maxx: To reapply or not?

Making the decision to apply a plant growth regulator like Primo Maxx (Syngenta, trinexapac-ethyl) on ultradwarf bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon x C. transvaalensis) is easy. In addition to growth suppression, Primo can provide enhanced color, increased density and more consistent green ...
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Nufarm: Anuew Plant Growth Regulator

October 25, 2016 By
Nufarm is announcing an exciting breakthrough in cool- and warm-season turf growth regulation. Anuew Plant Growth Regulator slows vertical growth resulting in less mowing, less clippings and overall improvement in turf quality and appearance. Anuew contains prohexadione calcium, an active ...
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EPA approves label updates to Anuew

March 2, 2016 By
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently accepted a label revision initiative for Nufarm’s Anuew plant growth regulator. This action includes changes to the directions for use table and focuses on research driven information to improve turf growth and quality ...
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Suppressing annual bluegrass seedheads

March 18, 2015 By
Bruce Branham, Ph.D., is a turfgrass scientist at the University of Illinois. He has conducted research on annual bluegrass management and control for more than 30 years. Bruce can be reached at bbranham@illinois.edu for more information. Q: What is a ...

Syngenta: Briskway fungicide

June 4, 2014 By
Briskway fungicide is a DMI-containing fungicide with no heat restrictions, no threat of phototoxicity and no negative plant growth regulator (PGR) effects. The differing modes of action of azoxystrobin and difenoconazole work together at a calculated rate that performs in ...