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Wednesday, December 9 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Fraze Mowing and Spring Dead Spot

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Previous research indicates hollow-tine aerification or other cultivation methods may reduce spring dead spot severity and increase fungicide efficacy. Recently, an intense surface cultivation method termed “fraze mowing” has gained popularity as a method of thatch reduction and playing surface adjustment in sports fields. This seminar will discuss the practice of fraze mowing, the current knowledge regarding it's impact on spring dead spot symptoms, and conceptually how fraze mowing could be integrated into an overall management plan.

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Lee Miller

Extension Turfgrass Pathologist, University of Missouri
Dr. Lee Miller directs research and extension programs focused towards disease control in turfgrasses. His extension responsibilities are to provide disease diagnosis and control recommendations for the lawn, golf, sports turf, and sod industries, and research activities center on the development of disease management strategies that require fewer inputs, and result in sustainable, functional, and aesthetic turfgrass fields.

Wednesday December 9, 2015 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Sports Fields (Jr. Ballroom B)

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