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Cover photo for My Grass Is Sick! Now What?

My Grass Is Sick! Now What?

Now that spring is well underway, many will be on the lookout for the first offenders of the warmer …

Cover photo for 2021 Turf Diagnostics Lab Review

2021 Turf Diagnostics Lab Review

Overall, total turfgrass samples submitted in 2021 to the NC State Turf Diagnostics Lab were higher (+3.5%) than samples …

Cover photo for Yuck! TARR on Your Heels?

Yuck! TARR on Your Heels?

Last fall was conducive for take-all root rot (TARR) in ultradwarf bermudagrass putting greens. There were substantial rain events …

Cover photo for 2020 Diagnostics Lab Review

2020 Diagnostics Lab Review

Overall, total turfgrass samples submitted in 2020 to the NC State Turf Diagnostics Lab were lower than samples submitted …

Cover photo for New Turfgrass Disease Profiles

New Turfgrass Disease Profiles

We have recently added three new turfgrass disease profiles to our website. They are leaf and sheath blight (a.k.a. …

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