Warm-Season Turfgrass Disease Management in Urban Landscapes

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
January 25, 2022
Price
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Overview

This 7-page publication is for homeowners or landscape professionals who want to prevent or treat turfgrass diseases.

This publication is for homeowners or landscape professionals who want to prevent or treat turfgrass diseases. It explains the causes, treatment methods, and preventive measures for lawn diseases. An identification key includes photographs and symptoms of nine turfgrass problems, and tables list fungicides for homeowner and professional use in treating them. (7 pages.)

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