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Tag: Super Science Intro

Adult female sting nematode (Photo: Bruce Martin)

Sting nematode distribution in putting green root zones

June 8, 2021 By
Jim Kerns, Ph.D., and his graduate student Glen Galle observed sting nematodes’ annual behavior to improve chemical application timing. ...

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The new Deacon tool to improve the golfer experience honors Deacon Palmer (left), the father of legendary golfer Arnold Palmer. (Photo courtesy of The Palmer family)

Super Science Intro: Learn more about the benefits of Deacon

June 4, 2021 By
Mike Kenna, Ph.D., describes Deacon, a program to help make data-driven decisions on resource consumption, the pace of play or guidance for renovations. ...

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Golf ball on green with Poa annua seedheads (Photo courtesy of Elliot Dowling)

A prolific seed producer anywhere

May 4, 2021 By
Researcher Elliot Dowling describes how to manage Poa annua seedheads, which can affect putting green smoothness in the spring. ...

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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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Turfgrass researchers at the Norwegian Institute for Bioeconomy Research evaluate the impact of ice encasement and two protective covers on the winter survival of six cool-season turfgrasses used on golf greens. (Photo: Wendy M. Waalen, Ph.D.)

Winter survival of 6 turfgrass species on putting greens

Researchers evaluated the impact of ice encasement and two protective covers on the winter survival of six cool-season turfgrasses used on golf greens. ...

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Colonization of a spring dead spot susceptible bermudagrass and cortical necrosis by Ophiosphaerella korrae (left), a tolerant bermudagrass (center) exhibiting vascular colonization by O. korrae and no necrosis and O. korrae colonization of a grass which does not produce disease (right). (Photo: Francisco Flores)

A new tool to ID spring dead spot

February 3, 2021 By
Researchers from Ecuador and Oklahoma State University developed a molecular assay to ID three fungal species in the spring dead spot genus accurately. ...

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