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Innovative disease-control solutions for cool-season turf

    

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koch100.jpgFine-cut turf is susceptible to a wide range of disease pests, many of which are exacerbated by a of biotic stresses, abiotic stresses that are necessary to provide conditions that golfers today demand, or a combination of both. The ability to manage turf to ward off all the various diseases that can occur on cool-season turf can be the difference between a successful golf season and a disastrous one. 

In this TurfNet University webinar, Paul Koch, Ph.D., of the University of Wisconsin will discuss the latest research on new fungicides, successful cultural practices and a host of other strategies you can use to provide disease-free turf at your facility throughout the remainder of this golf season as well as into the future. register.jpg

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