You are here


Disease Control
Early stages of Microdochium Patch (Fusarium) infection
Early stages of Microdochium Patch (Fusarium) infection

The Syngenta Turf Science Microscopes are providing a fascinating insight into the detail of turf health and what is happening with turf management shared using the Twitter #turfunderthescope.

We have collated a selection of images from there and emailed in by greenkeepers, turf managers, agronomists and students.

The best images could win a fantatsic digital microscope for field and lab .... See below for details ....

Review this great selection of images taken with the Turf Science Microscopes:


 Fusarium mycellium - John Dempsey


 Leaf structure - John Dempsey


 Ice crystals on turf leaf - Justin Waddell


 Fusarium mycellium - ALS


 Unidentified worm - on the 1st team rugby pitch! - Richard Evans


 Turf leaf - Gary Manxy


 Turf leaf - Gary Manxy


 Turf leaf - Gary Manxy


 Fusarium mycelia - David Perdisatt


 Hairy leaf surface - Richard Osborne


 Leaf tip damage - Richard Osborne


 Marking on leaf blade - Richard Osborne

We would love to see more and to help others understand the detail of what's happening in your turf.

Send your images or video to [email protected] or share them on Twitter with #turfunderthescope

And the best images will be entered into a draw to win a fantastic digital microscope, with the power to get an even greater depth of understanding.



Click here for a video tutorial of how to get the best results with your Syngenta Turf Science Microscope.