Weather March came and went somehow very slowly, and quickly at the same time. Temperatures for most in the region were 3-5+ degrees above normal, sending spring plant growth into a quick flurry. Forsythias, daffodil, and redbud blooms bursted quickly, our obvious phenological signs to get the preemergents out. Now in early April, growing degree […]
Pythium Root Rot
This week Dr. Paul Koch, Turfgrass Pathologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joined the GreenkeeperApp team to talk about spring disease control. Topics included spring root diseases like take-all and summer patch, dollar spot control and modeling, cultural practices and disease control, and Pythium root rot.