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What's new in spring dead spot control

    

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bruce100.jpgSpring dead spot and take-all root rot have become chronic diseases in ultradwarf Bermudagrass greens. Spring dead spot also occurs in transition zone environments in higher-cut Bermudagrass turf. Management requires proper diagnosis, good cultural practices and timely fungicide applications. 

In this TurfNet University Webinar, Bruce Martin, Ph.D., of Clemson University (retired) will discuss new DMI fungicides that have been in university trials have been successful at controlling these and other diseases. 

The presenter also will discuss a new chemistry that does not induce detrimental growth regulation, even on short-cut greens. Studies with these new fungicides will be presented regarding efficacy and safety for these chronic and serious diseases of Bermudagrass.  register button.jpg

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