Management, host pathogenicity and rapid identification of Magnaporthe poae on annual bluegrass and Kentucky bluegrass turf

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Principal Researcher:

Dr.Katerina Jordan, Dr. Chris Hall, University of Guelph, Ontario .

Project Scope: The expected results of this project will aid in reducing fungicide use by increasing efficacy of preventive applications, thereby reducing development of disease. Development of an on-site diagnostic tool will allow for earlier detection and potentially reduce the fungicide application when the pathogen is not present.

Final Report:
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OTRF Funding Partner:
Quebec Turfgrass Research Foundation

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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.