Update on Fairy Ring Control
More courses across the country are seeing increased instances of fairy ring. That might sound fun for fans of Middle Earth but for golf course managers it is a nuisance. The biology and ecology of this disease will be the focus of this 60-minute webcast taught by Mike Fidanza, Ph.D. Learn more about the different types and what strategies for control might work best for your facility. Is additional fertilizer or core aeration the way to go? And how does “an ounce of prevention” fit into the picture? Spend an hour with us and get some actionable take-aways you can use.
Original presentation date: Feb. 19, 2014
About the instructor
Michael Fidanza, Ph.D., is a professor of plant and soil sciences at Penn State University. He earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees at Penn State and his Ph.D. at the University of Maryland. Fidanza’s research focuses on turfgrass ecology, plant disease epidemiology, pesticide application technology, turf disease control and irrigation/water quality. His university appointment includes 75% teaching and 25% research and he was chosen as the recipient of the Outstanding Research Award from Penn State and the Outstanding Educator Award from Northeastern Weed Science Society. In addition to participation in many state and regional turfgrass conferences around the United States, Fidanza has lectured in the Czech Republic on fairy ring and turfgrass disease control. He has taught both seminars and webcasts for GCSAA.
Member fee: Free
Nonmember fee: $60
Education points: 0.10
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