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Virtual field day provides tips for Poa control

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Rather than you going to a field day, the University of Tennessee and AquaAid Solutions are bringing the field day to you with this year's #PoaDay.

If you want to learn more about the most up-to-date methods to control Poa annua but don’t have time to attend a regional field day, the University of Tennessee has your answer.

#PoaDay is a virtual field day event hosted by members of the university’s turfgrass and ornamental weed science team. The goals of the event are to make turfgrass managers aware of the emerging problem of herbicide resistance evolving in turfgrass weeds, particularly annual bluegrass and educate turfgrass managers about the different strategies available for annual bluegrass control.

The event is scheduled for 9 a.m. on April 3 and will be broadcast live on Periscope by AquaAid Solutions. Follow @UTTurfWeeds or @Solutions4Turf for more information.

The event will include updates from field trials examining the effects of several herbicides applied at varying rates to control Poa annua in Bermudagrass at putting green and fairway heights as well as perennial ryegrass. A video of the proceedings will be made available this spring. 

For more on weed control, please check out any of these TurfNet University Webinar archives.

Summer weed control update: Jim Brosnan, Ph.D., University of Tennessee,
Non-herbicidal strategies for control of Poa annua: Beth Guertal, Ph.D., Auburn University,
Optimizing herbicide performance for better weed control: Jason Ferrell, Ph.D., University of Florida,
New post-emergent herbicides for difficult-to-control weeds: Scott McElroy, Ph.D., Auburn University,
Winter annual weed management: Jim Brosnan, Ph.D., University of Tennessee.

Edited by John Reitman





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