10-Year NC County Golf Sample Review

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The following data was collected from samples submitted to the North Carolina State Turf Diagnostics Lab from 2011 to 2020. This information shows all of the diagnoses we have made on these hosts (creeping bentgrass and bermudagrass putting greens) over the past 10 years. These data highlight where the samples came from and where we have confirmed each disease. This does not mean these diseases only occur in these counties, but gives you an idea of what we’ve seen and where. These data do not include diagnoses of “no pathogen found” or abiotic issues.

Creeping Bentgrass Putting Green Samples 2011-2020

During this time period we processed 808 samples from creeping bentgrass putting greens in North Carolina. The first image illustrates where all the creeping bentgrass samples came from with disease diagnoses following in alphabetical order.

Creeping Bent Sample chart image Creeping Bentgrass - Algae Creeping Bentgrass - Anthracnose Creeping Bentgrass - Brown Patch Creeping Bentgrass - Dead Spot Creeping Bentgrass - Dollar Spot Creeping Bentgrass - Fairy Ring Creeping Bentgrass - Pythium Blight Creeping Bentgrass - Pythium Root Dys Creeping Bentgrass - Pythium Root Rot Creeping Bentgrass - Red Leaf Spot Creeping Bentgrass - Rhizoctonia zeae Creeping Bentgrass - Root-Knot Nematode Creeping Bentgrass - Summer Patch Creeping Bentgrass - Take All Patch Creeping Bentgrass - Yellow Patch Creeping Bentgrass - Yellow Spot

Bermudagrass Putting Green Samples 2011-2020

During this time period we processed 497 samples from bermudagrass putting greens in North Carolina. The first image illustrates where all the bermudagrass samples came from with disease diagnoses following in alphabetical order.

Bermudagrass PG Sample Submissions Bermudagrass PG - Algae Bermudagrass PG - Dead Spot Bermudagrass PG - Dollar Spot Bermudagrass PG - Fairy Ring Bermudagrass PG - Leaf Spot Bermudagrass PG - Microdochium Patch Bermudagrass PG - Mini Ring Bermudagrass PG - Pythium Blight Bermudagrass PG - Pythium Root Rot Bermudagrass PG - Root Knot Nematode Bermudagrass PG - Slime Mold Bermudagrass PG - Spring Dead Spot Bermudagrass PG - Take All Root Rot

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Lee Butler, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionLee ButlerExtension Coordinator Call Lee Email Lee Entomology & Plant Pathology
NC State Extension, NC State University
Updated on Jan 28, 2021
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