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Anguina pacificae - seed and leaf gall nematode

Anguina pacificae (AP) - the seed and leaf gall nematode - is the most threatening plant disease of ...

It’s Too Darn Hot!  High Temperature Stress and Turf Health

The National Climatic Data Center recently reported that July, 1998 was the hottest recorded month o...

PTRI 1998 Field Research Update

During 1998, the PACE Turfgrass Research Institute (PTRI) will complete the 19 research projects lis...

All Worms Are NOT Created Equal: A Look at Earthworms, Black Cutworms and Stem Nematodes

The word “worm”, defined by Webster’s Dictionary as “any of numerous relativ...

Mosses on Golf Course Greens: An Emerging Problem?

It’s growing nicely and gradually spreading across your new putting green—and it’s...

Water Amendments - Gypsum, Acid, and Sulfur Burners!

Irrigation water quality and soil chemistry go hand-in-hand. Whatever elements and chemicals are in...

Weed Management Programs for 1998

If you had to choose, which weeds would you consider the most troublesome on your golf course? ...

Fairy Ring and Localized Dry Spot: Is There a Connection?

Researchers have long been undecided about the relationship between two key problems frequently asso...

Oscillatoria:  Scum of the Earth

The conventional view of Oscillatoria (algae or cyanobacteria), one of the organisms present in the ...

Silica Sand: The Ultimate Inorganic Soil Amendment?

The use of soil amendments in topdressing mixtures on greens continues to be an area of interest, pr...

Nitrate Fertilization for Improved Root Health

Decline of turfgrass roots during the summer months is a common and serious problem throughout the W...

PACE Turfgrass Research Institute, 1997 Field Research Update

During 1997, PTRI has completed (or will soon complete) 17 research trials on Southern California go...

Pesticide Resistance Management:  Can Theory Be Translated into Practice?

The first signs of pesticide resistance begin with the observation that pests are surviving pesticid...

The Riddle of Poa Annua Management: Can it Be Solved?

When is a weed not a weed?  When is an annual plant not an annual plant?  And when does on...

The Use of Plant Growth Regulators on Turf

Are they new technology, or just older products packaged in new containers?  Can they suppress ...

I. Now You See it, and Now You Don’t II. Summary of Turfgrass Entomology Conference, March 25-28

Over the past year, you have been hearing that new products will be available for control of summer ...

Rhizoctonia Biology and Management

Over the past three years, brown patch has caused increasing damage to kikuyugrass and bermudagrass ...

www.pace-ptri.com

You may find the title of this PACE Insights a bit unusual if you are unfamiliar with the World Wide...

Converting Poa Greens to Bentgrass:  “It can’t be done”

“It can’t be done with our current technology”, is a quote that you can bank on.&n...

Soil Extraction and Analysis using Mehlich III and Saturated Paste Extracts

For current interpretation methods for soil test results, refer to Minimum Levels for Sustainable Nu...

1996 ASA, CSSA, SSSA Annual Meetings

The 1996 American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA) and Soil Science...

Water Quality and Irrigation Management in California

California water is a treasured public resource and a critical component of every golf course manage...

Biological Control of Turfgrass Diseases

Biological control is gaining popularity throughout the turfgrass industry.  However, there hav...

Summer Disease Management Strategies

Pythium root rot:  In 1994, we heard a lot about pythium root rot of turfgrasses and summer ben...

Soil and Tissue Analyses:  Do They Correlate?

Balance your soil chemical components and you will have healthy turfgrass.  This is a quote tha...

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