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Ken Obasa, Jack Fry, and Megan Kennelly

Compendium of turfgrass disease. American Phytopathological Society Press, MN. p. 80 Tisserat, N.A. Fry, J.D. Green, D.E.I.I. 1994 Managing Rhizoctonia large patch. Golf Course Management June:58–61 Tisserat, N.A. Pair, J.C. Nus, A. 1989 Ophiosphaerella

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Matthew A. Cutulle, Jeffrey F. Derr, David McCall, Brandon Horvath, and Adam D. Nichols

establishing hybrid bluegrass. Therefore, it is important to evaluate how combinations of tall fescue and hybrid bluegrass compare with monocultures when evaluating disease pressure, weed infestations, and turfgrass density over multiple years. Research was

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John E. Kaminski and Michael A. Fidanza

key component in most management strategies or programs ( Dernoeden, 2000 ; Fidanza et al., 2006 ). Improved disease suppression in various crops has been attributed to adjustments in fungicide application techniques, including water-carrier volume

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Luisa Martelloni, Lisa Caturegli, Christian Frasconi, Monica Gaetani, Nicola Grossi, Simone Magni, Andrea Peruzzi, Michel Pirchio, Michele Raffaelli, Marco Volterrani, and Marco Fontanelli

culture. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ Busey, P. 2003 Cultural management of weeds in turfgrass: A review Crop Sci. 43 1899 1911 European Union 2009 Directive 2009/128/EC Offic. J. European Union 309 71 86 Fontanelli, M. Frasconi, C. Raffaelli, M

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Yali Song, Patrick Burgess, Hairong Han, and Bingru Huang

). The capacity for a managed plant ecosystem to efficiently fix carbon from the atmosphere is highly dependent on both the composition of plant species and management practices ( Cole et al., 1996 ). Managed turfgrass occupies over 35,000 km 2 or 1

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Brian Schwartz, Jing Zhang, Jonathon Fox, and Jason Peake

) ( Schnyder and Nelson, 1989 ), which makes turfgrass more vulnerable to disease and pests ( Giesler et al., 2000 ). Shaded microenvironments are also typically comprised of greater humidity and limited airflow, which only exacerbates the condition ( Giesler

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Kayla R. Sanders and Jeffrey S. Beasley

managers need information regarding management practices specific to their environments to minimize nutrient movement without compromising turfgrass quality given the increasing awareness surrounding sustainable practices ( Andiru et al., 2013 ) and

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Ada Baldi, Anna Lenzi, Marco Nannicini, Andrea Pardini, and Romano Tesi

quality, enhance root growth and cold hardiness, and improve disease resistance and tolerance to drought, heat, and wear ( Beard, 1973 ; Turner and Hummel, 1992 ). Potassium deficiencies in turfgrass result in a general reduction in growth, chlorosis of

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Candace Bartholomew, Benjamin L. Campbell, and Victoria Wallace

Commissioner of Public Health, the Commissioner of DEEP, or the school superintendent of a public elementary school. Decreased pesticide use has been shown to make it difficult to control weeds, insects, and diseases in newly seeded and established turfgrass

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Gregory E. Bell, Dennis L. Martin, Kyungjoon Koh, and Holly R. Han

quantitative measure of turfgrass response to treatments, damage, or disease infection. Although it may be possible for a human evaluator to save time and labor using voice recorders or portable computerized devices, the typical evaluation method, manual