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Attached are the full re-evaluation decisions recently released by the Pest Management Regulatory Agency of Health Canada, after their review and consultation process for chlorothalonil and iprodione. The sections specific to use on turfgrass have been highlighted in yellow. Chlorothalonil use has been restricted to twice per...

For your convenience, starting this 2018-2019 registration year, both the IPM Certified Agent and Golf Facility Registration fees will be paid to the credit of University of Guelph. This means that the fees can be combined and credit card payments will be accepted. You can expect an...

The 2017 version of the Protection Guide for Turfgrass, OMAFRA Publication 384 is now available for downloading here. This document provides recommendations for the control of diseases, insects and other pests of turfgrass and has been updated to include a list of pesticides classified for...

The MOECC has clarified the acceptable uses of glyphosate on golf courses as follows: Glyphosate is allowed for use on golf course playing surfaces and this would include spot treating weeds in roughs. The Class 9 pesticide glyphosate is allowed for use on the following areas of...