Lots of talk around the country amongst turf managers about how dry a season it’s been. I find the easiest and quickest way to assess the rainfall in comparison to previous years is by using the Met Office anomaly maps. The below summary images show the rainfall in that area of the country compared to… Read More River Flows – September Update
We’ve had a great response to the Syngenta PestTracker data collection project this year. Everyone who has contributed – Thank you. Whilst it has some limitations: Only enthused turf managers entering data Data concentrated to areas with higher levels of turf managers / Managed turf facilities Accuracy of how many times the data is entered… Read More PestTracker Autumn hatch
Great Question from Jonathan on twitter today. The timing of Acelepryn is key to getting success out of the product but with the Emergency Authorisation deadline looming!. I’ve put a quick 4 minute video to try and explain best practice. Ok so here goes: Key to success is to maximise the period of exposure of… Read More Acelepryn timing – A Great Question
It’s that time of year when we all step back and search for the reason for the Etiolated growth that is appearing on many venues across the UK over the last two weeks. This soft, pale elongated growth can appear quickly and detracts from the visual impact of the surfaces you’re presenting. There has been… Read More Etiolated Growth – Why, Just Why?
September 2019. We are now entering the beginning of the big Cranefly hatch season. The last two weeks have seen the Cranefly sightings beginning to increase. During the summer months we saw a slow trickle of sightings on the Syngenta Pest Tracker but I feel we are now entering the beginning of the big hatch… Read More It’s starting – the Cranefly Hatch Season