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Divanem® nematicide delivers excellent turf quality through proven, broad-spectrum control including sting, lance, and root-knot nematodes. The innovative formulation moves quickly into the soil where nematodes are most active and provides drought tolerance and quicker recovery from stress.
For tips including how to sample for nematodes and where to send soil samples for testing, visit the Nematode Knowledge page.
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1 x 0.5 gal. jug of Divanem is available in a Multipak with 5 x 1 lb. jugs of Heritage Action.
Trial held on ’Champion’ Bermudagrass Putting Green at the Orange County National Golf Center in Winter Garden, Florida. Samples collected October 25, 2016. (Left) Untreated. (Right) Divanem (12.2 fl. oz./A) and a soil surfactant applied August 23, 2016, and September 21, 2016, and watered-in immediately with 0.2 inches of irrigation. Syngenta, 2016.
When combined with Heritage Action fungicide, Divanem will help improve turf quality and density as well as root growth and quality while providing enhanced biotic and abiotic stress tolerance.
Treatments applied 4 times on 14-day interval beginning August 4, 2016. Divanem tank-mixed with a surfactant (6.0 fl. oz./1,000 ft2) and watered-in immediately with 0.25 inches of irrigation. Aerification performed on September 20, 2016, with 5/8 inch hollow tines on 2x2-inch centers. Young, 2016.
Treatments applied 5 times on a 14-day interval prior to initiating drought stress. 37.5 and 75 gai/ha of abamectin is equivalent to 6.1 and 12.2 fl. oz./A of Divanem. Young, 2016.
Divanem applied to bermudagrass 4 times on 14-day interval. Data collected 12-25 days after 4th application. Crow, 2016.
Samples collected October 25, 2016. Divanem and a wetting agent (48 fl. oz./A) applied on August 23, 2016, and September 21, 2016. Applications watered-in immediately with 0.2 inches of irrigation. Crow, 2016.
Golf course superintendents in New York can now manage lance, root knot and sting nematodes through the proven control of Divanem® nematicide from Syngenta. Read more »
To get the best performance out of any product application, there are many best management practices to consider. Read more »
Nematodes may be the least obvious culprit behind spring turf damage, but don’t discount them from the checklist of usual suspects. Read more on identifying nematodes from this Golf Course Industry article. Read more »
Often, nematodes are overlooked pests in turfgrass. The above-ground symptoms that result from their feeding are extremely variable, including lack of wear tolerance, slow recovery from aerification, heat and drought stress, nutrient deficiency and increased susceptibility to disease. Read more »
The first step to defending turf from nematodes is #NematodeKnowledge. Visit the Nematode Knowledge page to learn more about how infestations impact turfgrass, how to identify nematodes through regular soil sampling and solutions for nematode control. More information on where to send soil samples, visit here to learn more.
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Purchase Divanem and / or Divanem + Heritage Action™ fungicide to be eligible for the 2017 Get to the Root of Nematodes Program.
Learn how Divanem delivers excellent turf quality through proven, broad-spectrum control on golf course tees, greens and fairways.
Review proper nematode sampling methods and find out how you can find a local lab to test them.
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