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Tag: Syngenta

Left: Chinch bug damage on a south-facing slope at a Pittsburgh-area golf course. Right: A closer look at the Blissus insularis, the southern chinch bug. (Photos by: Mike Agnew, PH.D., Syngenta (left); Lyle Buss (right))

Turf Pest of the Month: (Chinch) bugging out

February 3, 2021 By
In this installment of Turf Pest of the Month, researchers and superintendents lay out the best way to keep chinch bugs at bay. ...

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Annual bluegrass weevil damage (Photo: Ben McGraw)

Experts’ Insights: Annual bluegrass weevil

October 27, 2020 By
Albrecht Koppenhöfer, Ph.D., and experts from Bayer, Syngenta, FMC Professional Solutions and Quali-Pro explain how to control the annual bluegrass weevil. ...

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Tropical signalgrass (Photo: FMC Professional Solutions)

Experts’ Insights: Tamping down tropical signalgrass

September 22, 2020 By
Brian Unruh, Ph.D., and experts from Syngenta, FMC Professional Solutions and Siteone explain how to identify and control tropical signalgrass. ...

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Syngenta hosts 28-day putting challenge

September 3, 2020 By
To celebrate the 28-day disease control offered by recently debuted Posterity XT and Posterity Forte fungicides, Syngenta is hosting a new, 28-day #PosterityPuttingChallenge. This month, turf industry professionals can challenge each other to make a 28-foot putt for a chance to ...

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Syngenta Business Institute goes virtual for 2020

August 13, 2020 By
Syngenta has announced that the 2020 Syngenta Business Institute (SBI) program will be hosted virtually, Dec. 7-11, 2020. The deadline for golf course superintendents to apply online has been extended until Sept. 15. “After much discussion, and with the health ...

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Yellow nutsedge (Photo: Jim Brosnan, Ph.D., University of Tennessee)

Experts’ Insights: Know your sedge

August 3, 2020 By
Experts from Syngenta, PBI-Gordon Corp., Bayer and FMC Professional Solutions describe how to control sedges such as yellow nutsedge and kyllinga. ...

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