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  1. Sampling

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/sampling

    of healthy and infected turf and these may be strips of turf say 6” x 3” with the roots. It is ... stages of the problem. For both high cut turf and golf course samples, be sure the sample includes roots ... package. Wrap your sample tightly in aluminum foil or newspaper. This will keep the soil (root zone ...

  2. Links

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    site-  http://bugs.osu.edu/~bugdoc Department of Horticulture and Crop Science (turfgrass major)-  ...

  3. Benefits of Late Fall Fertilization

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/benefits-late-fall-fertilization-0

    and spring root growth; and enhanced storage of energy reserves (carbohydrates) within the turf plant. ... root production of creeping bentgrass grown in the transition zone could be enhanced by using ... root growth and plant carbohydrate status have been lacking. This article will review past studies ...

  4. Turf Drought Stress Alert

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/turf-drought-stress-alert-1

    moisture conditions, do not make assumptions. Keep the turf healthy! Note: VERY dry sand root zone mix, ... the root zone, check with a soil probe. The brown grass on the left is from moisture stress and not ... a disease. Areas close to each other may have considerable different moisture conditions. Manage root zone ...

  5. Poa annua in Golf Greens, Winter Damage

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/poa-annua-golf-greens-winter-damage-0

    root system (maybe one or two small white roots). Will these plants recover? Or how many will recover? ...

  6. Turf Drought Stress Alert!!!

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

    moisture conditions, do not make assumptions. Keep the turf healthy!   Note: VERY dry sand root zone mix, ... the root zone, check with a soil probe. The brown grass on the left is from moisture stress and not ... a disease. Areas close to each other may have considerable different moisture conditions. Manage root zone ...

  7. Turf Drought Stress Alert

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

    moisture conditions, do not make assumptions. Keep the turf healthy! Note: VERY dry sand root zone mix, ... the root zone, check with a soil probe. The brown grass on the left is from moisture stress and not ... a disease. Areas close to each other may have considerable different moisture conditions. Manage root zone ...

  8. Benefits of Late Fall Fertilization

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/benefits-late-fall-fertilization

    winter, and spring root growth; and enhanced storage of energy reserves (carbohydrates) within the turf ... root production of creeping bentgrass grown in the transition zone could be enhanced by using ... on root growth and plant carbohydrate status have been lacking. This article will review past studies ...

  9. Poa annua in Golf Greens, Winter Damage

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/poa-annua-golf-greens-winter-damage

    root system (maybe one or two small white roots). Will these plants recover? Or how many will recover? ...

  10. Red Thread and Leaf Spot are Active!

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/red-thread-and-leaf-spot-are-active-0

    thread symptoms create an undesirable appearance, but crowns and roots are not infected, so plants are ... crown, rhizomes, and roots. As daytime temperatures increase, leaves on crown- infected plants begin to ... a deeper healthier deeper root system.- Plant resistant cultivars of Kentucky bluegrass. For information on ...

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