Tag: snow mold

Why the Pines CC relies on Quali-Pro’s Enclave for snow mold protection

April 24, 2019 By
[ SPONSORED CONTENT ] Starting off his career in the upper Midwest, Mike Bogroff has seen firsthand the the lasting effects of snow mold damage. Now in his role as superintendent at the Pines Country Club in Morgantown, W.Va., Bogroff ...

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Intense snow mold pressure (Photo: Paul Koch)

The thin white line: Snow mold control

August 15, 2018 By
Snow mold is one of the primary diseases of golf course turf in Wisconsin, as it is in much of the northern United States. Depending on your location, snow mold can be a disease that costs tens of thousands of ...

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Photos by: Paul Koch, EPIC Creative

One shot to succeed for snow mold control

August 24, 2017 By
One of the most important aspects of a superintendent’s job is effectively controlling disease. However, not all turf diseases are created equal. We sometimes observe certain diseases that are not necessarily destructive. Examples include many leaf spots and rusts. Other ...

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AMVAC acquires The Andersons FFIII fungicide product line

January 18, 2017 By
AMVAC Chemical Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of American Vanguard Corp., has acquired the FFIII fungicide product line from the Plant Nutrient Group of The Andersons, Inc. FFIII contains three active ingredients which work together to provide long lasting turf ...

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Snow mold lessons learned from last winter

August 16, 2016 By
The winter of 2015-2016 can best be described as unusual, whacky, zany, goofy or any other words that imply it was abnormal for most of the northern United States. December had record-breaking warmth for most locales, and frequent heavy rainfall ...

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What lurks beneath the snow… snow mold

September 24, 2015 By
You’d think golf course superintendents in my territory would get a break during winter months. After all, weather in the North Central Region can be brutal from November through March. But there’s one thing they have to prepare for each ...

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