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Pam Charbonneau, DCS & Associates: Managing invasive European crane flies on golf courses

Date:  Aug 24 2017
European crane flies larvae (a.k.a. leatherjackets) have been a pest in turfgrass in the Pacific Northwest for decades. Since the late 1990s and early 2000s, they have become an increasing problem in Ontario and Quebec in Canada and from Michigan through New York and into New England

In this TurfNet University Webinar, Pam Charbonneau of DCS & Associates will discuss management tips related to this increasingly troublesome pest.

This presentation will include history, description, damage and life cycles of the two most common species (Tipula paludosa and Tipula oleracea), as well as monitoring techniques and management timing and options.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    


Doug Linde, Ph.D., Delaware Valley University: Monitoring and managing organic matter in putting greens

Date:  Nov 15 2017
Too much organic matter can result in a host of problems in putting greens.

Some of those problems include soft, bumpy and slow greens, deep ballmarks, low soil oxygen, poor rooting, high moisture retention and increased pest and disease activity.

In this TurfNet University Webinar, Doug Linde, Ph.D., of Delaware Valley University uses his recent research on putting green organic matter as a basis to discuss what’s new in organic matter monitoring and management.
Registration:   Open to everyone, free!    



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