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Author(s):Muse, R. R.
Author Affiliation:Department of Plant Pathology, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Wooster, Ohio
Title:Kentucky bluegrass melting-out fungicide trial
Source:Lawn and Ornamentals Research -- 1969 [Ohio]. 1969, p. 17-19.
# of Pages:3
Publishing Information:Wooster, Ohio: Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center
Series:OARDC Research Summary 40
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Melting out; Fungicide trials; Poa pratensis; Disease control; Disease identification; Application rates
Abstract/Contents:Details a "Kentucky bluegrass melting-out fungicide trial," stating that "the purpose of this experiment was to measure the effect of various standard and experimental turfgrass fungicides in reducing the severity of melting-out in Kentucky bluegrass...The test area, located in Wooster, [Ohio] was seeded in September 1968 at the rate of 2 lb. [pounds] per 1000 sq. ft. [square feet]." Reports that "Upjohn 8342 was phytotoxic at 6 and 12 oz. [ounce] rates after the second application. Chlorosis and retardation of growth were also noticed after the third application of TBZ [thiabendazol] at the 6 oz. rate." Concludes that "a successful Helminthosporium leaf spot and crown-rot control program for susceptible bluegrass varieties would consist of at least two early season applications of an effective fungicide at 2-week intervals."
Language:English
References:0
Note:"September 1969"
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Muse, R. R. 1969. Kentucky bluegrass melting-out fungicide trial. Lawn and Ornamentals Research -- 1969 [Ohio]. p. 17-19.
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