Search results for: “guide for weed insect disease control turfgrass”

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    Weed identification is necessary to the success of any weed control program. Frequently, simple plant keys or "picture" identification guides are used to identify weeds. This handbook, which identifies and...
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    ...environmentally sound method for each situation. It includes information on fire ant identification, control products, and several control approaches: the two-step method, long-residual contact insecticide treatment, and individual mound treatment....
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    ...species of ticks and the diseases they’re capable of transmittingExplain the prevalence and symptoms of tick-borne diseasesPrevent tick attachment and safely remove ticks if foundPractice appropriate flea and tick control...
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    This field guide will help landowners and rangeland managers identify the brush and weed species of greatest concern in their areas. It includes plant descriptions, identifying characteristics, range maps, and...
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    Weed management on native rangeland is a common practice to increase grass production, control poisonous plants, control seedling brush species, and provide some level of brush suppression on mature brush...
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    Integrated Pest Management (IPM) can be used to control weeds, keep lawns healthy and protect the environment....
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    This guide assists in leadership development and contains 100 questions and answers from the Parliamentary Guide for FFA. (15 pp.) ISBN 1-62162-103-0...
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    This book is the definitive guide to training horses, especially with youth riders in programs such as 4-H. It takes into account the varied skill levels of riders and horses....
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    Avian Influenza is very easy to spread on clothing and through human contact. This publication covers the guidelines recommended for preventing the spread of this disease....
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    ...the largest groups of insects. Unlike most other winged insects, which have four wings, flies have only two. This difference distinguishes them from nearly all other insect orders. (7 pages)...