Eric Reasor, Ph.D., explains why PBI-Gordon is the forefront of formulation technology with its new emulsion-in-water (EW) formulations.
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Last year, Nick A. Kray, Golf Course Superintendent of Elmcrest Country Club in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and his team had some big course renovation and improvement projects in the works, but Mother Nature forced them to change the plans.
See why the EW formulations of SpeedZone® EW and SpeedZone® Southern EW provide certain advantages compared to the original EC formulations.
Many different weeds emerge during spring, but two of the more difficult-to-control ones are ground ivy and wild violet.
Vexis delivers exceptional control of sedge and kyllinga species, plus listed broadleaf weeds. But you have to apply Vexis correctly, and that means applying the correct amount.
A problematic and perennial problem of all types of managed turf, fairy ring is caused by a plethora of basidiomycete fungi.
Learn how to identify and control nutsedge (Cyperus spp.), a warm-season perennial weed many turf pros face every growing season.
Learn and understand the differences between Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC) and Suspoemulsion (SE) formulations.
Best Management Practice for how to identify and effectively control yellow nutsedge (also known as nutgrass or watergrass).
Best Management Practice for how to identify and effectively control false green kyllinga, a difficult-to-control perennial sedge.