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IPM1009, Revised July 2008

Turfgrass and Weeds

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The following abstract describes a publication that is intended for print distribution or as a downloadable PDF. Please see links to the PDF file and ordering information on this page.

Link to PDFFred Fishel
Integrated Pest Management
Department of Agronomy
Brad Fresenburg
Department of Horticulture

Foxtails

Foxtails.

Turfgrass covers about 1.5 million acres of Missouri, from lawns to municipal parks to golf courses and athletic fields. In these settings, weeds are considered the most problematic pests. Turfgrass and Weeds serves as a practical reference and educational tool for anyone managing weeds in turfgrass. The publication presents color photographs and taxonomic keys for identification of turfgrass weeds commonly encountered in Missouri.Turfgrass and Weeds is part of a series of Integrated Pest Management manuals prepared by the MU Plant Protection Programs.


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