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    Irrigation Management and Nitrogen Fertilization Effects on Water Application Amounts and Nitrate Leaching in Turfgrass

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Irrigation based on soil moisture sensors saved water compared with frequency-based irrigation while providing acceptable turfgrass quality, and nitrate leaching was negligible under the conditions of this study. Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 2-page, color.

    Evaluation of Selective Herbicide Combinations and a Plant Growth Regulator on Rough Bluegrass Control

    Turfgrass Research 2014, SRP1107, July 2014. Three applications of Velocity 17.6 SG at 6 oz/a consistently reduced rough bluegrass cover and provided up to 92% control 16 weeks after initial treatment (WAIT). Contribution number 14-394-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 3-page, color.

  • S20
    Turf Pest Control, Category 3B

    Publication covers turf diseases, weeds, pests, environmental issues, and other causes of poor turf. Includes information for identification and control of fungi, weeds, turf insects, and wildlife, including skunks, moles, and gophers. Integrated pest management and pesticide safety education. Color, 68 pages.

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  • MF3111
    How to Hire an Irrigation Contractor

    Homeowner tips: questions to ask and guarantees included in a typical contract. 2-page, color.

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  • MF2135
    Common Sense Pest Control: Yard Care and the Environment

    This fact sheet describes a variety of non-chemical methods of pest control. It also provides tips for using pesticides in an environmentally sound way. Topics include integrated pest management, cultural, biological, mechanical, and chemical control. 4 p.

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