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  1. Red Thread is Rampant!

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/red-thread-rampant

    lawns fromm many parts of the state. Red thread is a foliar disease that usually occurs during spring ... the disease is often severe.- Other cultural practices that promote healthy turf and vigorous growth ... and fall. Under the right conditions the disease may be seen in summer. The disease is often ...

  2. Learning Gardens

    https://licking.osu.edu/program-areas/master-gardener-volunteers/learning-gardens

    promoted disease. A taller structure has now been built.  Hops can grow over twenty feet tall!  Now the hop ...

  3. GRASSOLOGY!! As seen on TV!!

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/grassology-seen-tv

    University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture Turfgrass Science Program (http://turf ... .uark.edu) – Turf Tips Mike Richardson and Doug Karcher Department of Horticulture University of Arkansas ... get a “gorgeous lawn that’s virtually maintenance-free”. With this lawn, there will be “no more weekly ...

  4. Moss

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/moss

    challenging whether you are a home lawn owner or a professional turf manager. Home Lawn Moss Management ... program. These maintenance procedures will take time to improve the lawn and restore turf density. Moss ... should be raked and removed from the lawn to allow turf grow and to encourage density. It there is bare ...

  5. Anthracnose Basal Rot on Greens

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/anthracnose-basal-rot-greens

    a lower mowing height and increase mechanical damage which can intensify the disease. Switch from grooved ... often considered one of the most difficult diseases on greens to deal with by a superintendent ... especially once the disease progresses to the basal rot stage and the turfgrass shows signs of thinning. This ...

  6. SENR Announcements, Dec. 16

    https://senr.osu.edu/email/senr-announcements-dec-16

    bite-based diseases in Ohio and Beyond March 1- Save the Date- 2023 Ohio Woodland Water and Wildlife ...

  7. Handouts

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/handouts

    Residential Turfgrass Lawn Turfgrass Disease- Information Chart Selecting Turfgrasses for Lawns Profile of ... Click on links below to open each handout as a pdf> TURFGRASS DISEASE CALENDAR Fungicides for ... Potential Diseases in Turfgrass Anthracnose Management on Greens Gray Leaf Spot- Alert! ...

  8. Cool, Wet Weather is Ideal for Late Spring Microdochium Patch/Pink Snow Mold

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/cool-wet-weather-ideal-late-spring-microdochium-patchpink-snow-mold-0

    in both central Ohio and N. E. Ohio. It server damage is now present on turf (mainly Poa annua ... conditions. The photos are from late April 2013. In most years there are cases confirmed of this disease as ... late as June. The problem with this disease is that it can be confused and misdiagnosed as cool ...

  9. SENR Announcements, Dec. 2

    https://senr.osu.edu/email/senr-announcements-dec-2

    https://u.osu.edu/senrsrs/  for updates. If you have questions in the meantime, you are welcome to contact the symposium ...

  10. Cool, Wet Weather is Ideal for Late Spring Microdochium Patch/Pink Snow Mold

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/cool-wet-weather-ideal-late-spring-microdochium-patchpink-snow-mold

    in both central Ohio and N. E. Ohio. It server damage is now present on turf (mainly Poa annua ... conditions. The photos are from late April 2013. In most years there are cases confirmed of this disease as ... late as June. The problem with this disease is that it can be confused and misdiagnosed as cool ...

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