TAG: Bayer

Bayer: Celsius WG

June 10, 2019By

Celsius® WG is a postemergence, warm-season turf herbicide that can be used in many conditions that other products cannot. It has one of the broadest spectrums of control on the market and controls more than 130 weeds, including troublesome dollarweed, Virginia buttonweed, doveweed and bull paspalum. Key benefits include tolerance on all four major warm season turf types: St. Augustinegrass... read more

Government Affairs: EPA reaffirms safety of glyphosate, environmental groups disagree, controversy continues

May 1, 2019By

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an interim decision on the herbicide glyphosate. They have received pushback from environmental groups. read more

11 experts discuss turf care innovations, predictions

April 23, 2019By

Ten lawn care chemical companies discuss the products that maximize efficacy and minimize environmental impact read more

Defeat dallisgrass

April 5, 2019By
Dallisgrass (Photo: PBI-Gordon)

A grassy weed that produces many seeds and grows in thick, unsightly clumps in turf, dallisgrass can be tricky to deal with in the warmer months. Read on for ways to spot and eradicate this turfgrass problem. Know your enemy Perennial, warm-season, grassy weed; Grows in thick clumps; Tends to grow more aggressively in open, sunny areas; Wide leaf blade... read more

What you should know about white grubs

March 22, 2019By

Aside from knowing that white grubs wreak havoc on lawns, there’s a lot to learn about these little larvae. read more

Bayer creates new sales region, promotes Doug McCullen to lead it

March 12, 2019By

The Turf & Ornamentals business of Bayer, within the company’s Crop Science division, has created a new western sales region and promoted Doug McCullen to western regional sales manager of the newly established region, which serves customers from California through west Texas and northward into Wisconsin. “In our quickly evolving green industry, turf management professionals need more customized, regional recommendations... read more