Posts in Disease
There are times when laboratory work is needed for media, tissue, soil and water. Here are some lab recommendations from tropical plant and soil expert Lynn Griffith.
Once again, multiple Harrell’sMAX programs were awarded the coveted “Red Flag” also known as “Best in Show”.
With all of the talk about the Zika virus these days, I thought I would do a brief blog about understanding plant virus diseases.
Remember, 72 hours after you play a game your field is going to look awful!
The annual Rutgers Turf Field Day in North Brunswick, New Jersey, is a great venue for exploring ongoing research trials during the stress of summer.
This year, several...
We are pleased to announce a new online learning opportunity developed & presented by Dr. Paul Fisher of the University of Florida, an industry leader in horticultural research.
Summer weather is settling in across Florida, and associated pests and diseases along with it. Below are some things I’ve encountered in recent weeks, along with some good news about Micora...
For this week's blog, I've decided to repost an update on ornamentals from Syngenta's Lee Bloomcamp. Enjoy!
Greetings, everyone! Spring is right around the corner (we hope) and there is a lot...