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Dandelions: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Dandelions: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Publication Number: 7469
Copyright Date: Rev. 2018
Length: 5 pp.
Language: English
Inventory Type: PDF File
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Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), also known as lion’s tooth, puffball, blowball, and monk’s head, is a major problem in turf, ornamental plantings, meadows, pastures, and alfalfa. While used for centuries as a medicinal plant, dandelion can be a major weed problem for turf and ornamental managers. In turf, it forms clumps that cause poor footing for athletic fields and golf courses. Dandelion’s texture and color vary from that of normal turfgrass and the yellow flowers reduce the aesthetic quality of the turfgrass.

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