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Introduction to Turfgrass Management

by: Geovanny Barrows

Introduction to Turfgrass Management TURF 100

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Geovanny Barrows
Penn State
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This 0 page Study Guide was uploaded by Geovanny Barrows on Sunday November 1, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to TURF 100 at Pennsylvania State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 42 views. For similar materials see /class/233029/turf-100-pennsylvania-state-university in OTHER at Pennsylvania State University.

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Date Created: 11/01/15
Disease Summary What is a sign versus a symptom Most turf diseases are caused by fungi although in the south there are some nematode problems What is mycelium spores and sclerotia What is the disease triangle and how do you attack each part Why is it desirable to have a turf blend when battling disease Helminthosporium leaf spot or melting out primarily is a disease of Ky Blue Many resistant varieties now available Don t put nitrogen fertilizer on in early spring Powdery Mildew 7 don t plant Ky Blue in shade Dollar spot 7 most sprayed for disease on greens Additional nitrogen and dry foliage helps Rust 7 Fertilize Red thread 7 fertilize occasionally requires a fungicide Gray snow mold 7 needs to have snow cover Most turf recovers don t let turf long in fall remove leaves no mid fall nitrogen Pink snow mold 7 doesn t need snow to develop More serious than Gray snow mold Same preventatives Brown patch and pythium 7 warm weather diseases Worse on p rye bent and tall fescue Don t apply nitrogen or water Stipe smut 7 not much of a problem because of resistant varieties Fairy ring 7 mask with fertilizer applications On killing rings 7 pitch fork and wetting agents and watering Slime mold 7 broom off


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