Publications

  1. Selecting Turfgrasses for Lawns

    Feb 2, 2012

    A comparison of turfgrasses, growth characteristics, environmental requirements and management strategies.

  2. Lawn and Sport Turfgrass Disease Information Chart

    Feb 2, 2012

    A table describing the infectious diseases (caused by fungal pathogens) affecting lawn and sport turfgrass.

  3. New technologies to answer age-old questions about dollar spot disease

    Jan 18, 2012

    Dollar spot is the most important disease of highly maintained turfgrass worldwide. It can cause disease on most species of turfgrass. Considering the importance of the disease and the number of years that dollar spot has been researched by plant pathologists, it is surprising that we still know little about this disease and the fungus that causes it.

  4. Red Thread and Leaf Spot are Active!

    May 19, 2011

    Red Thread is active in much of Ohio and Leaf Spot is being found on many cool-season grasses. Read more here!

  5. Management of Turfgrass Diseases Bulletin (L-187 Disease Section Updated)

    May 13, 2011

    *Updated March 2011 - Make sure to check out the updated version of our section of the L-187 Bulletin, Management of Turfgrass Diseases.

  6. We're on Facebook!

    Apr 1, 2011

    Visit us on our Facebook page to get disease updates!

  7. Snow Mold: Tips to Recover

    Mar 31, 2011

    Pink Snow Mold is present on turfgrass, especially immature stands of grass seeded last fall. Read more!
  8. PCNB Developments and Snow Mold Management

    Oct 22, 2010

    There are many questions being asked about the recent EPA decisions regarding PCNB. Read this article to get answers to your questions.

  9. Benefits of Late Fall Fertilization

    Oct 22, 2010

    Professors of The Ohio State and Colorado State Universities detail the benefits of a fall fertilization program for lawns. They emphasize that the application of nitrogen fertilizers in late fall results in lawns that are visibly greener in color through summer of the following year, and without the excessive shoot growth of lawns fertilized in spring.

  10. Recent Developments Surrounding PCNB

    Sep 10, 2010

    There are many questions being asked about the recent EPA decisions regarding PCNB. Read the following article for news on this issue.

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