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Primo Maxx® plant growth regulator promotes denser, healthier turf that is better able to withstand a variety of stresses including heat, drought, diseases and traffic. It slows the production of gibberellic acid, a plant hormone that promotes cell elongation. Vertical shoot growth is slowed, while lateral and below-ground growth of rhizomes, stolons, tillers and roots is stimulated.
To establish a winter playing surface, bermudagrass golf courses are overseeded in early fall with perennial ryegrass (and Poa trivialis on greens). At the typical overseeding time, growing conditions are still favorable for bermudagrass development. Read more »
When periods of rain impact mowing operations, roughs can become very unfriendly. Fortunately, these tools covered in this USGA Regional Report can significantly reduce mowing requirements while keeping rough playable even when regular mowing is temporarily disrupted. Read more »
Golf Course Industry provides an article on why monitoring temperature is a route toward regulating growth of cool- and warm-season turfgrasses. Read more »
At Syngenta, we know it takes hard work and dedication to properly condition your turf so that, like a professional athlete, it can perform at its best and recover quickly from all types of stress. Additionally, it's important to commit to personal health to perform and recover from daily stress. Read more »
An overview of effective overseeding strategies for the Southwestern US.
Recommended turf sites and application rates for Primo Maxx and Trimmit.
Learn more about Syngenta PGRs Primo Maxx and Trimmit.
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