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Our expert bloggers will provide you with insights, advice and practical tips on everything from correct application of insecticides, pesticides and fungicides to compliance with laws regulating chemical use. 

Autumn Weed control

4/15/2019 by: Jyri Kaapro

Jyri discusses this autumn weed program for Kikuyu and paspalem on this cricket wicket. Send an e-mail or photograph to  jyri.kaapro@bayer.com  if you have any experiences of turf with either of these symptoms. MAIN MENU  |  PREVIOUS POST

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Poa annua plants

3/8/2019 by: Jyri Kaapro

As we head into autumn air temperatures start to fall and couchgrass growth slows. It is at this time that Poa annua plants become evident. The assumption may be that these plants have recently germinated. We are increasingly seeing the presence o...

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How often should I apply fungicides containing Stressgard® Formulation Technology?

11/8/2018 by: Jyri Kaapro

A common question we are asked  is, “How often should I apply fungicides containing Stressgard ® Formulation Technology?” As with the application of all products this depends on individual circumstances. Factors such as climate, grass type, growth...

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Bayer Turf GHS compliant labels and SDSs

8/6/2018 by: Jyri Kaapro

Download all your Bayer turf GHS compliant labels and SDSs. Download Labels PDF Download SDSs PDF Send an e-mail or photograph to jyri.kaapro@bayer.com if you have any experiences of turf with either of these symptoms. MAIN MENU | PREVIOUS POST

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Microdochium Control

5/29/2018 by: Jyri Kaapro

Microdochium patch ( Microdochium nivale ) (sometimes referred to as Fusarium patch) is problematic from autumn through early-summer in many areas. Cool and warm season are all sensitive to this disease, especially under wet conditions. Microdochi...

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Practical Aspects of Preventing Fungicide Resistance

1/16/2018 by: Jyri Kaapro

Fungicide resistance occurs when a fungicide that was once effective for a specific disease no longer provides control. Preventing or delaying resistance should be a primary concern for all turf managers because fungicide resistance will limit the...

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