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  1. Turf Drought Stress Alert!!!

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/turf-drought-stress-alert

    carefully check turf conditions in the afternoon everyday through this period. Check the soil profile for ... wilt and damage can quickly develop. It may be difficult to move water throughout the entire depth of ... the root zone, check with a soil probe. The brown grass on the left is from moisture stress and not ...

  2. Turf Drought Stress Alert

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/turf-drought-stress-alert-0

    carefully check turf conditions in the afternoon everyday through this period. Check the soil profile for ... wilt and damage can quickly develop. It may be difficult to move water throughout the entire depth of ... the root zone, check with a soil probe. The brown grass on the left is from moisture stress and not ...

  3. Fungicides, Gray Leaf Spot, Turf Events and More

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/fungicides-gray-leaf-spot-turf-events-and-more

    to provide adequate soil moisture, but not over watering as saturated soil will cause the turfgrass ... on the turf. Watch your water very closely; the weather and light winds we are seeing in the ... afternoon have the RT very high. What turf seems healthy and watered dries out much faster than we are used ...

  4. Disease Alert! Gray Leaf Spot Showing Up Early

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/disease-alert-gray-leaf-spot-showing-early

    may mimic drought.  Check the soil to see if there is adequate soil moisture, if so and if other ... disease. Under optimal environmental and host conditions, these small spots quickly turn into water soaked ... spots, which then coalesce into water-soaked leaf tips which then progress rapidly to necrotic leaf ...

  5. Moss

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/moss-0

    conducive for turfgrass to grow. These are often areas that hold water, have compacted soil, poor quality ... soil, lawns that receive insufficient fertility, and may be in full sun, under trees with root ... Management  -  Cultural controls; improve drainage, sunlight, soil conditions and implement an appropriate ...

  6. Rust on Turfgrass

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/rust-turfgrass

    for more than 10 hours with air temperatures between 68° and 86°F, are optimum growing conditions for ... this pathogen. Mid-Summer through Fall (Most Common) Optimum air temperature for pathogen 68-86 F Leaf ... of cut Manage Soil to avoid compaction   Chemical Control: Fungicides are commonly not used to ...

  7. Gray Leaf Spot in Ohio

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/gray-leaf-spot-ohio

    symptoms of Gray Leaf Spot may appear as drought-like symptoms. Check the soil to see if there is adequate ... soil moisture. The pathogen kills the plant by causing severe leaf blight. Part of the blighting ... conditions, these small spots quickly turn into water soaked spots, which then coalesce into water-soaked leaf ...

  8. 2010: A Year Like 1995

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/2010-year-1995-0

                      Greens were deep tine aerated annually. 7.                   Water injection aeration was used ...               Adequate tile and internal soil drainage was present. 15.               Well designed irrigation ... system that provides adequate water delivery and even distribution. 16.               Syringing of “hot” ...

  9. Canning Fruits & Tomatoes

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/events/canning-fruits-tomatoes-9

    Introductory class for people who want to learn more about water bath canning.  No fee to attend. ...

  10. Canning Fruits & Tomatoes

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/events/canning-fruits-tomatoes-8

    Introductory class for people who want to learn more about water bath canning.  No fee to attend. ...

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