Jul16MonJuly 16, 2018 Jesse Benelli, Ph.D.
Mid-summer ‘clean up’ applications seem to happen every year for a variety of reasons. Disease pressure, cultivar susceptibility, environmental extremes, reduced fungicide sensitivity, and budgetary restrictions are just a few factors that can lead to dollar spot breakthrough.
Jul3TueJuly 3, 2018 Jesse Benelli, Ph.D.
Well above average temperatures sprawled across Eastern Canada this past week. Temperatures crept into the low-to-mid 30’s from the great lakes region to the Northern Atlantic. While Eastern Canada enjoyed their first heat wave of the season, cooler than temperatures were prevailing further west. However, those cooler temperatures out west are likely a thing of the past by this upcoming weekend.
Jun26TueJune 26, 2018 Jesse Benelli, Ph.D.
Widespread heat is expected across much of Central to Eastern Canada over the next several days. These conditions will render many turf systems extremely vulnerable to a full spectrum of disease activity. This includes brown patch, Pythium blight, and anthracnose among others. The disease I would like to focus on, however, is dollar spot.
Jun18MonJune 18, 2018 by Dr. Jesse Benelli PhD
Sep8FriSeptember 8, 2017 Paul Giordano
Aug18FriAugust 18, 2017 Paul Giordano, Zac Reicher and Rob Golembiewski
Jul18TueDissecting Bayer’s Summer Disease Program Recommendations July 18, 2017 Paul Giordano, Ph.D.
Although every golf course is different, and disease issues vary from property to property, this blueprint lays out the diseases that are typically active at the time, as well as the products available in Bayer’s portfolio that give you the best broad-spectrum control with proper rotation and stewardship in mind.
Jul14FriJuly 14, 2017 Paul Giordano, Ph.D.
May11ThuTaking Control of Summer Patch May 11, 2017 Dr. Paul Giordano
Sep21WedSeptember 21, 2016