Ring to GREEN Report on Necrotic ring spot

    Ring to Green Report on Necrotic ring spot

    *PRODUCT DISCLAIMER: This work/research was supported in part by funding from GreenMaster Distributing and was performed independently by USU researchers and scientists with no input on study design, data analysis or results interpretation by the funder.  Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the view of or constitute an endorsement by Utah State University.

     

    Necrotic ring spot (Ophiosphaerella korrae) is the most commonly diagnosed fungal turfgrass disease by the Utah State University Plant Pest Diagnostic Laboratory. CWEL’s Kelly Kopp and Paul Harris release a research report evaluating Ring to GREEN product* by GreenMaster.

    Distributing, LLC for the control of necrotic ring spot in turfgrass. The necrotic ring spot (NRS) disease pathogen infects and kills turfgrass roots and crowns, resulting in the blighted appearance of turf amidst an otherwise healthy area of turf. 

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    Published on: Mar 06, 2017

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