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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Lawn and Garden » Turf

Displaying 46 to 50 of 51 Publications.

  • MF736
    Tall Fescue Lawns

    Tall fescue is the most popular and most adapted turf grass for Kansas lawns. It is a cool-season grass that greens up early in spring and stays green late into the fall.

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  • MF2311
    Guide to Turfgrass Nutrient Recommendations: Based on K-State Soil Test Results

    Soil testing is the basis of a sound lawn fertilization program. Routine application of unnecessary nutrients to grass can create imbalances.

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  • MF2068
    Maintaining Good Lawns with Less Water

    About 50% of water applied to lawns is wasted. Most lawn grass could be maintained at equal quality with less than half as much water.

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  • EP10
    Grass Recycling

    Up to 25 percent of your lawn’s fertilizer needs are supplied by clippings left on the lawn. Clippings do not contribute to thatch. Save time, money, landfill space by leaving clippings on lawn.

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  • EP12
    Leaf Recycling

    Tree and shrub leaves contain nutrients, providing organic matter which should be returned to the soil. A light covering of fallen leaves can be mowed, leaving the shredded leaves on a lawn.

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