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Displaying 16 to 20 of 51 Publications.

  • EP163
    EP163
    Rust Diseases of Turfgrass

    From a distance, rust-infected turf has a dull yellowgreen to light brown cast. Rust symptoms may start to appear in mid-summer in Kansas especially on susceptible cultivars of Kentucky bluegrass, tall fescue, perennial ryegrass, and zoysiagrass. 3-page, color.

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  • EP164
    EP164
    Yellow Patch of Turfgrass

    Yellow patch, also called cool-season brown patch, primarily affects cool-season grasses. Creeping bentgrass, perennial ryegrass, and bluegrass are its primary hosts. In Kansas, the disease usually occurs on putting greens. 2-page, color.

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  • MF2916
    MF2916
    Lawn Fertilizing Guide: Kansas Healthy Yards

    The secret to healthy lawns is applying the correct amount of fertilizer. Use the table in this publication to calculate the amount, equivalent to 1 pound of actual nitrogen per 1,000 square feet. 4-page, full color.

    $0.30
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  • MF2714
    MF2714
    Mowing and Trimming Safety for the Landscaping and Horticultural Services Industry

    This booklet teaches important safety practices to follow when mowing with agricultural mowers, riding lawn mowers walk behind mowers string trimmers and brush trimmers. 44-page, b/w.

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  • EP159
    EP159
    Pythium Blight of Turfgrass

    Pythium blight, or cottony blight, is a destructive turfgrass disease. Perennial ryegrass and tee- or fairway-height creeping bentgrass are common hosts. Tall fescue also can be infected.

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