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New information on white leaf pathogens

White leaf isn't a new pathogen, but it is starting to get a reputation. Golf courses in...

Video: Root mealybugs

This video highlights root mealybugs, one of the less commonly encountered insects that...

Nozzle selection and microdochium patch

Nozzle selection can have a signficant impact on performance of pesticides applied to...

Photo of the week: Gray leaf spot on rye vs. fescue

Chris Harriman (@harrimanscash on Twitter) from Cattail Creek Country Club in Maryland...

Update on ryegrass resistance to gray leaf spot

For those of you grappling with gray leaf spot (GLS), you already know that perennial...

Can silicon help?

When asked in a Twitter poll, 80% of respondents believe that "Nobody knows" if there is...

Fall prevention of dollar spot

There is growing evidence from university trials around the country that fall fungicide...

Alien invaders on golf course greens

Check out this cool video of thousands of fungus gnat maggots wriggling across a golf...

Late summer and early fall white grub problems

White grubs at this time of year usually spell trouble for turf that is already tired...

New information on ryegrass leaching fractions

Schiavon et.al recently published the results of a field trial using a salinity gradient...

Fall management guidance

Fall finally arrived in the Northern Hemisphere on September 22, 2017, and with it, the...

Hurricane Irma overloads weather data site

The past couple of weeks have been devastating for millions of people in the path of...

Issues in Irrigation: The Uniformity Myth

Ideally, irrigation systems should apply just enough water to eliminate dry spots,...

Effect of irrigation distribution on soil salinity

Poor water quality is a concern anywhere irrigation is main source of water. In a recent...

Growth Potential, without numbers

Growth Potential (GP) provides an estimate for turf growth based upon average temperature...

Video: Sodium accumulation

In arid regions with heavy dependence on irrigation, the end of summer can be the worst...

Dealing with flooded turf

This month's devastating hurricanes have wreaked terrible havoc in every aspect of life,...

Video: Wireworms

In this video, we show you how to identify wireworms and their damage. In addition, we...

Weather History

The recent upgrade to provide Weather Underground Personal Weather Station (PWS) data...

Bryozoa in the news

Bryozoans don’t make the popular news very often, but they did this week as "...slimy...

Sod webworms: a late summer pest

Controlling sod webworms is the (relatively) easy part. It's knowing that you have them...

Labor Day Precaution

It's been a long, hot summer, you're tired and so is your staff. But summer isn't over...

Algae attacked by a virus

We always keep a watch out for unusual field symptoms. Last week, Meng Jianzhong and Wan...

Sand and Growth Potential

There has been growing interest in using Turf Growth Potential (GP) to help budget sand...

Microbes at the mall

Dr. Jo Anne Crouch, a USDA researcher, found that the microbial community associated with...

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