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Author(s):Schumann, Gail
Author Affiliation:Associate Professor and Turfgrass Pathologist, Department of Microbiology, University of Massachusetts
Title:1999-2000 snow mold trial results
Source:Turf Notes [New England]. Vol. 9, No. 1, Autumn 2000, p. 1-5.
# of Pages:5
Publishing Information:Worchester, MA: New England Cooperative Extension Systems
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Snow molds; Microdochium patch; Typhula blight; Winter; Fungicides; Fungicide evaluation; Application timing; Disease control; Statistics; Application rates; Microdochium nivale; Typhula incarnata; Fungicide combinations; Systemic fungicides
Abstract/Contents:Discusses an experiment designed to compare fungicide efficacy and application timing for snow mold control. Results indicate that "a number of products offer excellent control of both snow mold fungi" and that "any of the application dates after mid-November appears to offer season-long protection for most fungicides and combinations." Also reports that "fungicides should be applied after the grass leaf blades have stopped growing but remain green for absorption of penetrant (systemic) fungicides."
Language:English
References:0
Note:Reprint appears in The Newsletter [New England], December 2000, p. 7-8, 10
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Schumann, G. 2000. 1999-2000 snow mold trial results. Turf Notes [N. Eng.]. 9(1):p. 1-5.
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