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Diseases of Warm-Season Turfgrasses

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Instructor: Jim Kerns, Ph.D.

This six-week course will provide a fundamental understanding of diseases of warm-season turfgrasses. Each week will focus on the identification, biology, and management of a different disease or group of diseases. By the end of the course the students will have a comprehensive understanding of how to manage the most important warm-season turfgrass diseases.

Designed Duration: 6 Lectures, 6 Quizzes

Credits Earned: 2

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Welcome to Diseases of Warm-Season Turfgrass!
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  1. About this course
  2. How to use GreenKeeper University Software
Section 1: Introduction to Turfgrass Diseases and Turfgrass Fungicides
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  1. Lecture 1: Introduction to Disease Control
Section 2: Take-All Root Rot and Spring Dead Spot
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  1. Lecture 2: Biology and Management of Take-All Root Rot and Spring Dead Spot
Section 3: Large Patch and Leaf and Sheath Spot (Mini-Ring)
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  1. Lecture 3: Large Patch and Mini-Ring
Section 4: Pythium Diseases of Warm-Season Grasses (Pythium Blight and Root Rot)
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  1. Lecture 4: Pythium
Section 5: Fairy Ring, Leaf Spots, and Other Diseases
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  1. Lecture 5: Fairy Ring, Leaf Spots, and Other Diseases
Section 6: Nematodes
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  1. Lecture 6: Nematodes
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