Practicing Disease Prevention - there are beneficial steps
that can help you practice disease prevention along with
developing your Integrated Disease Management Plan
a. High temperature effects - usually occurs in combination with other environmental extremes such as light and drought stress or with other factors such as high wind velocity and low humidity.
a. Low soil moisture-leads to disease susceptibility
b. Low relative humidity-gives turf low stress and adds more plant vigor
c. High soil moisture effects-can lead oversaturation of turf and make it susceotible to pathogen