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Annual Bluegrass: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Annual bluegrass is one of the most common weeds of turf, ornamental plantings, and gardens in the United States. Commonly referred to as "Poa," it is a particular problem in golf course greens and fairways.

Publication Number:: 7464
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Aquatic and Riparian Weeds of the West
This must-have field manual is the first comprehensive identification guide for aquatic and riparian weeds west of the Rocky Mountains. Covers 171 aquatic plant species, contains over 560 color photographs, and weighs in at 442 pages.

Publication Number:: 3421
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Bermudagrass Seed Production: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

Publication Number:: 3472
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Bermudagrass: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) is a plant that is grown as a turfgrass or as forage for livestock, but it also can be an invasive weed. It is found in most areas of California at elevations below 3,000 feet.

Publication Number:: 7453
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Clovers: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Clover can be a concern in turfgrass or landscaped areas.

Publication Number:: 7490
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Common Knotweed: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Common knotweed, also called wiregrass or doorweed, is an annual species most often found in compacted soils. It is particularly well adapted to the winter and early spring rainfall pattern throughout California.

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Crabgrass: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Crabgrass is a common weed that almost everyone knows. There are two species of crabgrass common in California: smooth crabgrass and large or hairy crabgrass. Crabgrass also has many other names including crowfoot grass and summer grass.

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Dallisgrass: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Dallisgrass, Paspalum dilatatum, is a perennial grass that is found throughout California except at high elevations. It creates an unsightly clump in turfgrass that can be a problem in golf courses, sports playing fields, and home landscapes.

Publication Number:: 7491
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Dandelions: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
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.

Publication Number:: 7469
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Green Kyllinga: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Green kyllinga (Kyllinga brevifolia) is a weedy sedge that can be a major weed problem for turfgrass and landscape managers. In turf it forms a weak sod that gives poor footing for athletic fields and golf courses.

Publication Number:: 7459
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Interpreting Turfgrass Irrigation Water Test Results
Water analysis by a commercial laboratory provides data on many parameters, some of which are of little significance for turfgrass irrigation. Learn which parameters are the most important for turfgrass management.

Publication Number:: 8009
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Kikuyugrass: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Kikuyugrass is an aggressive perennial weed of turfgrass, ornamental plantings, orchards, and noncrop areas in California. It is well adapted to warm, temperate climates such as those of the coast and inland valleys of southern and central California.

Publication Number:: 7458
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Landscape Maintenance Pest Control
This is a complete guide to using pesticides safely in turf, landscape, and interiorscape situations ranging from parks and golf courses to indoor malls.

Publication Number:: 3493
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Lawn Diseases: Prevention and Management: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Maintaining a healthy lawn is the best way to prevent a disease outbreak in a turfgrass. 75 to 85% of common lawn diseases can be avoided by optimizing practices to avoid stressed grass, which is more susceptible to disease outbreaks.

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Lawn Insects: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Insects are not a common cause of residential lawn damage in California, but certain species occasionally damage or kill turfgrass. Insect feeding can cause grass to turn yellow or brown, or die, especially if the grass is already stressed.

Publication Number:: 7476
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Lawn Watering Guide for California
A straightforward method to help homeowners set up timed irrigation systems for lawns anywhere in California.

Publication Number:: 8044
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Lawns 'n' Dogs
If you feel you have to choose between your best friend and your lawn, you are not alone. This brief guide will help you have both a green lawn and a (ahem) relieved dog!

Publication Number:: 8255
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Managing Lawns in Shade
Helpful tips for both homeowners and commercial landscapers.

Publication Number:: 7214
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Managing Lawns on Heavy Soils
Turfgrass generally does not do well on heavy, clay soils, but there are some basic steps you can take to improve its chances.

Publication Number:: 7227
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Managing Turfgrasses during Drought
With long, hot, dry summers common to most areas of the state, California lawns generally need watering for much of the year. Learn how to use water more efficiently as water demands and costs go up and drought conditions continue.

Publication Number:: 8395
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Mushrooms and Other Nuisance Fungi in Lawns: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Mushrooms, sometimes called toadstools, are the reproductive (fruiting) structures of some kinds of fungi. This publication covers mushroom-producing fungi that are lawn management or nuisance problems but do not necessarily cause lawn diseases.

Publication Number:: 74100
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No-Mow Fineleaf Fescue Grasses for California Urban Landscapes
Here's an environmentally friendly, low-maintenance way to get a "grassy" groundcover in your landscape.

Winner of the American Society for Horticultural Science 2010 Outstanding Extension Division Educational Materials Award.


Publication Number:: 8391
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Practical Lawn Fertilization
Proper fertilization is an important part of effective lawn care. This free publication will answer your basic questions and help you establish a fertilization plan.

Publication Number:: 8065
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Turfgrass Selection for the Home Landscape
Turfgrass species and varieties rated from best to worst for 14 different criteria involving climate, disease resistance, and intended use of the lawn.

Publication Number:: 8035
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