Phosphorus requirements of Kentucky bluegrass

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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.

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