Managing Early Season Turf Pests & Diseases
One of the most important components of a strong sports turf IPM program is the ability to accurately predict and diagnose problems. Turf problems are caused by biotic stresses like pests, diseases and weeds – or by abiotic stresses such as poor soil, adverse weather or human error. With early detection this spring, turf managers can plan ahead and make better-informed choices. Review the most common sports turf problems in the Northeast, and consider solutions based on science, economics, social acceptance and environmental stewardship.
Sports Turf Specialist
The Ohio State University
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