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  • MF2073
    MF2073
    Winter Grain Mites

    Originally considered a pest of small grains, Winter Grain Mites are also recognized as a pest of turfgrass including perennial ryegrass, bluegrass, bentgrass and fescue. 4-page, color.

  • MF2635
    MF2635
    Annual White Grubs in Turf: Home and Horticultural Pests

    White grubs are the major insect pest of turfgrass in Kansas. They are the larval stages of scarab beetles, like masked chafers. 4-page, color.

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  • MF1126
    MF1126
    Planting a Home Lawn

    Planting a permanent, healthy lawn requires planning, time and work. Allow time for soil preparation. Measure area to be planted, and convert to square feet. Plant grass at the right time.

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  • MF2131
    MF2131
    Thatch: A Hidden Lawn Concern

    Thatch is not caused by grass clippings. It consists of: Surface roots, stems, and runners not removed by lawn mower. It is caused by: Frequent, shallow watering, excessive fertilization, etc.

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  • MF803
    MF803
    Managing Fescue Football Fields

    Turf should provide safe, even footing, cushion falls, and prevent mud and dust. Tall fescue, a perennial, cool-season bunchgrass, is most popular turf grass for football fields in Kansas.

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