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Happy Thanksgiving!

Thank you, PACE Turf members, for all of your support this year. Your questions, your participation,...

Watch growth potential

As temperatures drop moving toward winter, systemic fungicides and fertilizers are less likely to be...

PACE Turf weather provider change

Please take a careful look at your PACE Turf weather data on the PACE Turf website and also in your ...

Video: Fall fairy ring

In this video, we take a look at a fairy ring developing in a ryegrass overseeded bermudagrass field...

Hormetic effects and fungicide label rates

Research on dollar spot genetics and fungicide tolerance has picked up this past year. The latest ad...

Blends of sand sizes

While we are on the topic of greens firmness, we might as well take a short detour and look at bunke...

More on greens firmness

As noted in the PACE Insights “Getting a grip on greens firmness”, we have initiated a r...

The latest information on managing greens firmness

Research on measuring and managing greens frimness continues with a presentation abstract for t...

New kid on the block

Social media has invaded many of our lives and in ways we could never have imagined. When Twitter, F...

El Nino for 2018-2019

El Nino is a climatic condition that frequently results in more rain for the southwestern and w...

Video: Rapid blight can look like Microdochium patch (pink snow mold)

With threat temperatures of greater than 45F (7C) and less than 62F (17C) respectively, both rapid b...

Dollar spot fungicide resistance

Yogi Bear is smarter than the average bear and dollar spot may be smarter than the average fungus. E...

Video: Cyanobacteria, aka algae, on Tyee bentgrass

We have herad some concerns about algae recently causing problems across the country on young b...

White leaf or bacterial wilt?

Photo provided by Kent Graff, Encinitas Ranch Golf Course, October 2018. Mild symptoms appeared abou...

Bacterial wilt and bacterial decline

Rcord breaking heat this summer was expected to generate many new cases of bacterial wilt (caused by...

White leaf

White leaf, a disease or condition where patches of turf foliage seems to suddenly turn white, has b...

Phosphites and microdochium patch

Phosphite-based fungicides and fertilizers are known to suppress microdochium patch in additon to ot...

Hope for biological control of algae

Algae, more scientifically known as cyanobacteria, can act as a disease agent on greens, causing chl...

You say phosphite, I say phosphate…does it matter?

Yes, it most certainly does matter. Products based on phosphite (also known as phosphonate or phosph...

Fall management guidance

This week, we are posting a single update. We want to encourage you to browse the PACE Turf website ...

Fall fertilization

Fall fertilization can be a controversial issue. Fortunately, recent research presented by Dr. Doug ...

Dealing with flooded turf

This month's devastating storms have wreaked terrible havoc in every aspect of life, and the sur...

Video: Fairy ring - again

Fairy ring causes significant turfgrass damage every summer. Once fairy ring symptoms are visible, i...

Interpreting fairy ring control data

How do humic acid-based products perform against fairy ring? We reviewed fairy ring control dat...

Fall prevention of spring dead spot

Spring dead spot is a difficult disease to manage. The reason is that the pathogen (Ophiosphaerella,...

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