73 Graduate Student Oral Competition: Turf Disease Management and Fungicide Fate

Oral Session
C05 Turfgrass Science

Management of turfgrass diseases and fate of fungicides used for their control.

Monday, November 1, 2010: 7:55 AM-11:30 AM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 102C, First Floor

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Anthony Koski
7:55 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:00 AM
Investigating Mechanisms of Dollar Spot (Rutstroemia floccosum syn. Sclerotinia homoeocarpa) Reduction through Light-Weight Rolling On Creeping Bentgrass (Agrostis palustris) Putting Greens.
Paul Giordano, Michigan State University; Joseph Vargas, Michigan State University; Thomas Nikolai, Michigan State University; Ray Hammerschmidt, Michigan State University
8:15 AM
Effects of Mowing Frequency and Dew Removal On Fungicide Efficacy for Dollar Spot Control.
Tanner Delvalle, Pennsylvania State University; Peter Landschoot, Pennsylvania State University; John Kaminski, Pennsylvania State University
8:30 AM
Effects of Temperature On Growth of Sclerotinia Homoeocarpa.
Chantel Wilson, University of Wisconsin-Madison; James Kerns, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Damon Smith, Oklahoma State University
8:45 AM
Detection of Propiconazole Field Resistant Sclerotinia Homoeocarpa Isolates.
James Popko, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Chang-Ho Ok, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Katie Campbell-Nelson, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Geunhwa Jung, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
9:00 AM
High N Rate Fertilization Effects On Anthracnose Severity of Annual Bluegrass Turf.
Charles Schmid, Rutgers University; James Murphy, Rutgers University; Bruce Clarke, Rutgers University
9:15 AM
Anthracnose Severity On Annual Bluegrass Turf as Affected by Spring and Summer Topdressing.
James W. Hempfling, Rutgers University; James A. Murphy, Rutgers University; Bruce B. Clarke, Rutgers University
9:30 AM
9:45 AM
Anthracnose Disease and Ball Roll Distance Influenced by Light-Weight Rolling and Equipment Traffic.
Joseph Roberts, North Carolina State University; James Murphy, Rutgers University; Bruce Clarke, Rutgers University
10:00 AM
Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in Colletotrichum Cereale: A Method for Detecting Unique Isolates of the Turfgrass Anthracnose Fungus.
Lisa Beirn, Rutgers University; James J. Polashock, USDA-ARS, GIFVL; Bruce Clarke, Rutgers University; Jo Anne Crouch, USDA-ARS, CDL
10:15 AM
Assessing the Genetic Diversity of Resistance to Crown Rust in Perennial Ryegrass.
Cristal Cisneros, University of Minnesota; Eric Watkins, University of Minnesota
10:45 AM
Degradation of the Fungicides Iprodione and Chlorothalonil On Golf Course Turfgrass Under Winter Conditions.
Paul Koch, University of Wisconsin-Madison; James Kerns, University of Wisconsin-Madison; John Stier, University of Wisconsin-Madison
11:00 AM
11:15 AM