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  1. Summer Patch Treatment

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/summer-patch-treatment-0

    Usually the recommendations are for the first application to go down when: Soil temperatures are 65° At ... recommending waiting until soil temperatures are closer 70-75° F before making the first application. ...

  2. Northwest Nutrient Management and Placement Field Day

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/northwest-nutrient-management-and-placement-field-day

    University Extension. Successfully doing that, he said, can lower input costs, raise profits and limit water ... water quality will be covered. The field demos will show various fertilizer and manure application ... reach a field’s potential but limit the exposure to losses off-site that affect water quality.” Harmful ...

  3. Western Nutrient Management and Placement Field Day

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/western-nutrient-management-and-placement-field-day

    University Extension. Successfully doing that, he said, can lower input costs, raise profits and limit water ... water quality will be covered. The field demos will show various fertilizer and manure application ... reach a field’s potential but limit the exposure to losses off-site that affect water quality.” Harmful ...

  4. Anthracnose Management on Greens (Basal Rot Anthracnose)

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

    over watering and excessive wet soils and conditions of continuously wet thatch.  - Syringe to prevent ... subsurface), reducing thatch and soil compaction, core aeration, deep tine cultivate, topdress, verticut, etc. ... stress. Both extremes in watering increase the disease. Poor surface drainage and/or poor internal root ...

  5. Wilma H. Schiermeier Olentangy River Wetland Research Park

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/wilma-h-schiermeier-olentangy-river-wetland-research-park

    or email water@osu.edu. ...

  6. Media Advisory: Bioeconomy Forum

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/media-advisory-bioeconomy-forum

    materials creates jobs, improves air quality and reduces reliance on foreign sources. In February, the ...

  7. Fungicides, Red Thread, Leaf Spots, Patch Diseases and Dollar Spot

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/fungicides-red-thread-leaf-spots-patch-diseases-and-dollar-spot-0

    program. There are various rules of thumb. However, once the soil temperatures reach approximately 60°F or ... to apply the first fungicide application. These materials must be applied with high volumes of water ... water, symptoms may follow water runoff patterns, and tracked by mowers. Microdochium Patch (Pink Snow ...

  8. Rust, Commerical Turf Update, Sample Submission and Events

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/rust-commerical-turf-update-sample-submission-and-events-0

    conjunction with prolonged leaf wetness from dew. Wetness of the leaf blade for more than 10 hours with air ... soil to avoid compaction. Chemical Control: Fungicides are commonly not used to control this disease if ...

  9. Muck Crops Field Day

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/muck-crops-field-day

    high-organic-matter muck soil in Huron County’s productive “salad bowl” region, said Bob Filbrun, the station’s ... on the station’s latest research findings on managing weeds, insects and diseases in muck-soil ...

  10. Zero waste, big benefits: OARDC hosts large-scale composting course

    https://oardc.osu.edu/newsletter/oardc-report-newsletter/may-june-2014/zero-waste-big-benefits-oardc-hosts-large-scale

    organic wastes, such as food waste, into soil nutrients and soil amendments.” The course, which marked its ...

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