It's Not A Tuber! Reducing Nutsedge Tuber Viability for Enhanced Long-Term Control presented by PBI-Gordon

Gerald Henry, Ph.D.
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60 Minutes

Yellow and purple nutsedge are two of the most problematic weeds in turfgrass. Effective long-term control is linked to herbicide translocation and the subsequent reduction in tuber production and viability. In this 60-minute webinar, Gerald Henry, Ph.D., discusses several different herbicides and application programs for the preemergence and postemergence control of nutsedge species. Our focus will include their effects on vegetative propagules.

Original presentation date: Feb. 20, 2024 External education points: 0.10

This event was approved for external education points. You will use the code announced at the end of the webinar, to submit your points in the external education affidavit on the GCSAA web site.

About the Instructor

Gerlad Henry, Ph.D.Gerald Henry, Ph.D., is the Athletic Association Endowed Professor of Environmental Turfgrass Science at the University of Georgia. He earned a BS and an MS in Plant Science and Plant Biology from Rutgers University and a Ph.D. in Crop Science from North Carolina State University. He is the Director of the Athens Turfgrass Research and Education Center and coordinates the UGA undergraduate Turfgrass Management program. Henry’s research focuses on reducing inputs through precision turfgrass management, weed biology and ecology, and ecosystem services.

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