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Posts by Dr. Karl Danneberger

Snow Mold Control

In previous postings the two major snow molds - Microdochium Patch and Typhula Blight have been discussed. In this posting two additional snow molds are mentioned along with chemical options of controlling the snow molds.

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Snow Mold: Typhula Blight

With the cold temperatures arriving time to thing about snow mold control in the northern United States.

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What Happened to my Bentgrass Roots?

The loss of creeping bentgrass roots this year has impacted fall coring practices.

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Time to Focus on a Post-Shot Routine

The three major components of a successful turfgrass management program are similar to a golfer's shot routine.

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Primo Effects on Turfgrass Water Use

Turfgrass plants have a number of natural means of avoiding moisture stress by reducing transpiration through stomatal closure, leaf rolling, and presence of leaf hairs to name a few. One means or reducing water loss is slowing ...

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Summer patch just keeps growing and growing

Once summer patch occurs in a lawn it becomes a perennial problem.

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On the Move: Hunting Billbugs

Hunting billbugs are a growing problem on warm season lawns and commercial sites. They can cause devastating damage to the turf, and are often misdiagnosed.

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Early Spring Growth: Let it Be

Differential early spring growth between creeping bentgrass and annual bluegrass can result in excessive and detrimental effects when inappropriate management practices are done.

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Turf Colorants

Pigments, dyes and latex paint are categorized as colorants. What are the differences in colorants?

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Frosty Mornings

How does frost form? In this blog we look at the conditions and process by which frost forms.

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