Overview of the presentation by Brian MacDonald
- Making sense of all the Choices
- Review the “standard” 3 – way mixes
- Look at “new kids” on the block
- Review “alternative” herbicide mixes
- Review the common weeds and match the herbicides to the weeds.
- Maximizing weed kill – other factors.
- Go through a few scenarios.
The purpose of this trial was to evaluate the effectiveness of repeated applications of various formulations of chlorothalanil at two rates, Tourney 50, and two fungicide rotations in controlling dollar spot (Sclerotinia homoeocarpa) on a colonial bentgrass (‘Bardot’)/annual bluegrass fairway.
The purpose of this trial was to evaluate the effectiveness of various fungicides and fungicide rotations in controlling anthracnose (Colletotrichum cereale) on an annual bluegrass putting green.
Tom Cook, retired OSU turfgrass professor, has published a new book detailing the construction and maintenance of sustainable landscapes! The book includes topics such as sustainable landscape design, how to develop an ecosystem, issues regarding the use of chemicals, and approaches for modifying existing lancescapes. The book can be purchased from Amazon: Sustainable Landscape Management: Design, Construction, and Maintainence!
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