Determination of population dynamics of plant-parasitic nematodes on golf course greens throughout Canada and evaluation of alternative management on site

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Principle Researcher

Dr. Katerina Jordan, University of Guelph

Project Scope:

An understanding of the presence, diversity and seasonal shifts of nematode populations will allow golf course managers to better predict nematode infestations and symptom growth. The development of BMPs for nematode management, including potential efficacy of alternative nematicides, will provide golf course managers with tools to manage sites damaged by nematode feeding.

Interim Report: REPORT

Graduate student, Taylor Wallace, a winner in the poster presentation at The American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America
ACS Conference Winning Poster – Taylor Wallace


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The Ontario Turfgrass Research Foundationis a volunteer board of professionals of the turfgrass industry dedicated to the future of turf research. Their objectives are to support the scientific research of turf culture for the advancement of the turfgrass industry.