Turf can develop a different appearance due to various factors such as pest, disease, spray damage, management practices and
growing conditions. This can be concerning for a Turf Manager— will it develop into something worse and spread further?
To ease the mind, sending a photo for a second opinion is a good way to address the potential problem quickly as “a picture paints a thousand words”. NZSTI advisors often receive photos seeking opinions, most often for suspected disease outbreaks. Unfortunately, the quality of the images can make it difcult to see the condition clearly enough to make a confident identification.
In this article from the TMJ June 2020 edition, Brendan Hannan shares some great tips on how to take good photos of turf.
Click here to read the article: Turf Photography