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Tag: Pythium

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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A shot of the picturesque fairway on No. 18 at Columbia CC. (Photo: Columbia CC)

Beating Pythium on ryegrass fairways

July 12, 2019 By
If your short game is working and your long game is on, odds are you are going to have a successful round. The same holds for disease control. If one mode of operation is working well and a second can ...

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Photos: Lee butler (1A, 1B, 2B, 3A, 3B), Bruce Martin (2A)

Demystifying Pythium diseases of golf course turfgrasses

February 26, 2018 By and
Pythium diseases are exceptionally important in turfgrass management. Yet, these diseases are oversimplified in how they are presented in the literature and commonly confused with one another. For example, in the “Compendium of Turfgrass Diseases,” Pythium diseases are lumped together ...

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Syngenta: Appear Fungicide

June 12, 2017 By
Appear® fungicide has two components that work together to enhance control of Pythium and anthracnose while improving stress tolerance and turf quality. On the inside, a phosphite fungicide is quickly absorbed by the plant in its most active form. On ...

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Macro-Sorb unveils research of products’ control on turf diseases

February 4, 2016 By
Recent academic and independent research shows that various products from Macro-Sorb Technologies help control, reduce and suppress certain turf diseases, Macro-Sorb announced in a news release. SMS 700 and dry spot Xi Xiong, Ph.D., associate professor of turfgrass science at ...

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Bayer: Chipco Signature

June 4, 2015 By
Chipco® Signature™ is different from other fungicides in that it is truly systemic, affecting the entire plant. The systemic properties along with the StressGard Formulation Technology help the plant “self-manage” stress, promoting plant health and protecting turf from stresses during ...

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