EFFECT OF CULTURAL PRACTICES ON TURFGRASS DISEASES

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S.V.Retman, Doctor of agricultural sciences, professor, Institute of plant protection of National academy of agrarian sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine O.M.Nychyporuk, Researcher, Institute of Water Problems and Land Reclamation of National academy of agrarian sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine O.V.Shevchuk, PhD, senior researcher, Institute of plant protection of National academy of agrarian sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine

Анотация:

Abstract. The article presents the results of the effect of different culture practices
on severity of the main turfgrass diseases. It was proved that application of nitrogen
fertilizer contributes to an increase in powdery mildew, septoria leaf blotch and yellow
rust infection. The severity of powdery mildew increased most of all. Such measures as
mowing, aeration and verticutting contribute to the reduction of severity of all diseases.
The greatest effect was achieved with the integrated application of spring aeration,
scarification and autumn verticutting.

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Key words: turfgrass; disease management; cultural practices; powdery mildew; septoria leaf blotch; yellow rust View Fullscreen

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