Nematode Control Treatment
Stop treating the symptoms and Cure your turf with Curfew®
Nematode control is a must in dry sandy soils as they can devastate healthy turf by reducing the root system’s ability to utilize nutrients and water, causing problems to your courses beauty and bottom line. Curfew treatments are fast and effective against parasitic nematodes, including:
Awl, Cyst, Lance, Ring, Root-knot, Spiral, Sting, and Stubby-root varieties, so your turf can get back into shape quickly.
This photo shows a comparison of the roots of 3 samples only 3 weeks after application. Turf treated with Curfew® has considerably stronger, deeper root development (left) than the two samples on the right, treated with a competing product (middle) and untreated (right).
After an application of Curfew®, turf managers will see healthier, enhanced root development, and better looking turf. The increased root mass helps maintain the turf quality, especially during times of drought. Studies have shown that treated turf requires 30% - 50% less irrigation, and utilizes all nutrients from applied fertilizer. Less water and fertilizer are important factors in today’s environmentally conscious world, as well as helping to reduce expenses. Curfew® also controls Mole Crickets present in the treated area at the time of application.
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What is being done? What is that odor?
We are applying Curfew® soil fumigant to the turf to control a particularly troublesome pest–plant parasitic nematodes. These destructive pests live in the soil underneath the turf and feed on the roots. That smell is the active ingredient in Curfew, which should go away shortly after application. Curfew fully dissipates within 24 – 48 hours and becomes inert.
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