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Author(s):Colbaugh, P. F.; Fidanza, M. A.; Davis, S. D.; Engelke, M. C.
Author Affiliation:Colbaugh: Texas Agricultural Experiment Station; Fidanza: Berks/Lehigh Valley College of the Pennsylvania State University; Davis: Aventis Environmental Science; Engelke: Texas Agricultural Experiment Station
Title:Use of high-pressure injection for fairy ring control on putting greens
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Meeting Info.:Toronto, Ontario, Canada: 15-21 July, 2001
Source:IXth International Turfgrass Research Conference. Vol. 9, 2001, p. 58.
Publishing Information:[Toronto, Canada]: International Turfgrass Society
# of Pages:1
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Fairy rings; Disease control; Fungus control; Golf greens; Golf courses; Localized dry spots; Agrostis stolonifera; Hydrophobic soils; Surfactants; Subsurface application; Flutolanil; Azoxystrobin; Chlorothalonil; Herbicide combinations
Geographic Terms:Texas
Abstract/Contents:"Fairy ring (FR) disease and localized dry spot (LDS) can contribute to significant reductions in both quality and function of bentgrass (Agrostis spp.) putting greens in Texas and throughout the Southern U. S. A. The result of a FR-LDS complex on a USGA sand-based putting green is often a hydrophobic soil profile that is difficult for curative fungicides or soil surfactants to penetrate. Therefore, field studies were conducted during two years to determine the efficacy of fungicide and soil surfactant treatments delivered through high-pressure injection (HPI) on FR-LDS occurring on a bentgrass putting green. HPI treatments were applied from a Cushman® Enviroject Model 160. In 1998, HPI flutolanil or HPI azoxystrobin fungicides consistently reduced FR-LDS symptoms compared to non-HPI treatments. In 1999, significant reduction in FR-LDS symptoms were observed from HPI flutolanil + soil surfactant, HPI flutolanil + chlorothalonil, or HPI azoxystrobin versus a standard aerification program that was included only during the second year. Greater turfgrass growth and recovery was observed in those plots treated with HPI flutolanil + soil surfactant. The use of HPI to deliver fungicides and soil surfactants was a successful strategy at reducing FR-LDS symptoms in a USGA sand-based bentrass [bentgrass] putting green in Texas."
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Colbaugh, P. F., M. A. Fidanza, S. D. Davis, and M. C. Engelke. 2001. Use of high-pressure injection for fairy ring control on putting greens. Int. Turfgrass Res. Conf. 9:p. 58.
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