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What are the trends with annual bluegrass weevil in eastern North America?

Experts share damage, location, season and chemical management trends with annual bluegrass weevil in eastern North America. ...

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(Photo by Todd Johnson, OSU Agricultural Communications Services)

Oklahoma State researchers announce two new turfgrass varieties

May 26, 2022 By
Oklahoma State University researchers released two new varieties of turfgrass, which are crosses between common bermudagrass and African bermudagrass. ...

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MSU turfgrass researchers receive $8 million USDA grant

April 25, 2022 By
Three MSU researchers investigating winter stresses of turfgrass in northern climates received an $8 million grant from the USDA. ...

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Researchers at UGA testing the benefits of using nanobubble-infused irrigation water on turfgrass. (Photo: Andrew Davis Tucker/UGA)

Nanobubble research study finds possible improvements to turfgrass systems

April 20, 2022 By
The study evaluates the use of nanobubble technology on turfgrass systems to potentially improve soil health and sustainability. ...

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Necrotic Ring Spot (Photo: Tom Hsiang)

How to eliminate necrotic ring spot this spring

April 11, 2022 By
Experts weigh in on how to save your Kentucky bluegrass turf and eliminate necrotic ring spot for the upcoming spring season. ...

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Percentage annual bluegrass as influenced by (a) N rate, (b) Fe sulfate rate, and (c) plant growth regulators in a mixed stand creeping bentgrass green and turfgrass quality as influenced by (d) N, (e) Fe sulfate, and (f) plant growth regulators from 2012 to 2018. Means not sharing any letter are significantly different by the LSD test (P < 0.05).

What is the long term impact of inputs on annual bluegrass in greens?

Researchers explain why annual bluegrass is challenging to control when established within other turfgrass species and offer solutions for superintendents. ...

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