5 edition of Fate and Management of Turfgrass Chemicals (Acs Symposium Series) found in the catalog.
January 10, 2000
by An American Chemical Society Publication
Written in English
|Contributions||J. Marshall Clark (Editor), Michael P. Kenna (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
v es ontro o rofessiona urfgras anagers Introduction Pest Control for Professional Turfgrass Managers supplies up-to-date information on pesticides used to control pests in turfgrasses. The tables in this book supplement information available in other North Carolina Cooperative Extension publications. Written by international experts from academia, government, and the private sector, the Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology is an in-depth examination of critical issues related to the need for, use of, and nature of chemicals used in modern pest management. This updated 3e carries on the book’s tradition of serving as the definitive reference.
turfgrass selection was the original cause of poor quality. In the latter case, match new species and cultivars to the growing environment on the site, the intended use of the turf, and the management program (see the Turfgrass Selection: Species and Cultivars chapter of UMass Extension’s Professional Guide for IPM in Turf for Massachusetts)File Size: 2MB. Clark JM, Kenna MP (eds.) () Fate and Management of Turfgrass Chemicals. ACS Symposium Series No. , pp. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society. Google Scholar.
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Pesticides for Turfgrass Pest Management: Uses and Environmental Issues Kenneth D. Racke Chapter 3, DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): Decem "This volume reports on U.S. Golf Association-sponsored research at 12 universities that examined the degradation and environmental fate of turfgrass chemicals, the evaluation of management strategies for the environmentally sound use of turfgrass chemicals, and the development of alternative pest control strategies using biological and biotechnical approaches.
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Fate and management of turfgrass chemicals. [J Marshall Clark; Michael P Kenna; American Chemical Society. Division of Agrochemicals.;] -- Annotation This book is devoted to the study of turfgrass chemicals and pesticides, their effectiveness, and environmental impact.
It looks at related health and occupational hazards and suggests. Conference Title: Fate and management of turfgrass chemicals. Abstract: This book is divided into four sections. The first presents three overview chapters that introduce the reader to the current understanding of the environmental issues concerning the US Golf Association, the scope, benefits, and make-up of the turfgrass industry with Cited by: Recent Advances in Turf Management An example of a broad-spectrum insecticide is Merit (Imidacloprid, the active ingredient in Merit is in the Chloronicontinyl chemical class).
Fate and Management of Turfgrass Chemicals (ACS Symposium Series) by John Marshall Clark, Michael P. Kenna and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The book is an excellent introduction to the concepts of nonpoint source environmental impacts of turfgrass management for turfgrass scientists and specialists, landscape and golf course architects, turfgrass system and golf course developers, golf course superintendents, environmental scientists, and land-use regulators.
The Fate of Turfgrass Nutrients and Plant Protection Chemicals in the Urban Environment Mary T. Nett, Mark J. Carroll, Brian P. Horgan, and A. Martin Petrovic. Fate and Management of Turfgrass Chemicals. Book. the USGA sponsored research at 12 universities that examined the degradation and fate of turfgrass chemicals, as well as the development of.
Subscribe to the USGA Green Section Record. The first comprehensive book was published in the early s on Golf Course Management and and American Chemical Society (ACS) published a summary of research results in The Fate and Management of Turfgrass Chemicals.
Inthe USGA cooperated with the Council for Agricultural Science and. Source: FATE AND MANAGEMENT OF TURFGRASS CHEMICALS Book Series: ACS SYMPOSIUM SERIES Volume: Pages: Published: Soil amendments Effectiveness of biosolids in enhancing soil microbial populations and N mineralization in golf course putting greens.
An understanding of the fate of these chemicals is needed to manage turfgrass maintenance better and to identify the chemicals that pose an environmental threat. Possible movement of N into ground water, thereby degrading water quality, is of.
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With more than 40 recognized experts, the book thoroughly details the rationale and benefits of employing an IPM plan and provides technical information on each aspect from cultural practices to choosing when and how to use chemicals.
Microbial strategies for the biological control of turfgrass diseases. in: Fate of Turfgrass Chemicals and Pest Management Approaches, J.
Clark and. This book is devoted to the study of turfgrass chemicals and pesticides, their effectiveness, and environmental impact.
It looks at related health and occupational hazards and suggests ways to minimize the use of chemicals. Dollar for dollar, fertilization does more to improve poor-quality turfgrass or maintain good-quality turfgrass than any other management practice.
Proper fertilization practices produce a dense, medium- to dark-green turf that resists pests and environmental stresses. Careless application techniques or excessive amounts of fertilizer applied.
The fate of pesticides applied to turf has been investigated by researchers for many years. Fate and Management of Turfgrass Chemicals (Clark and Kenna, ), reports on the research delivered in a symposium sponsored by the American Chemical Society.
It provides a.assessment, and environmentally-responsible management of scarab grubs and cutworms in turfgrass. pp.In: J.M. Clark and M.P. Kenna (eds.) Fate and management of turfgrass chemicals.Given the pest complex which may damage turfgrass, a variety of pesticides may be used to promote turf health.
Insecticides such as acephate, chlorpyrifos, fipronil, halofenozide, imidacloprid, and spinosad may be applied to control soil inhabiting or surface feeding insects.
Broadleaf and annual grass weeds may be controlled with such herbicides as 2,4-D, pendimethalin, triclopyr, and.