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Spent Mushroom Substrate as a Soil Amendment in Turf - Articles Articles
If you are trying to improve the quality of turf growing in poor or marginal soils, consider using spent mushroom substrate (SMS) as a soil amendment. More
Photo: Chris Evans, University of Illinois, Bugwood.org, Queen Anne's lace, wild carrot, Daucus carota
Wild Carrot or Queen Anne’s Lace - Articles Articles
Wild carrot or Queen Anne’s lace (Daucus carota) is a biennial. More
Jim Baker, North Carolina State University, Bugwood.org
White Grubs in Home Lawns - Articles Articles
Home lawns in Pennsylvania can be damaged by the larval stages of various species of scarab beetles, including Japanese beetles and northern masked chafer grubs. More
Mark Dreiling, Bugwood.org
Sod Webworms in Home Lawns - Articles Articles
Several species of sod webworms or "lawn moths" commonly infest home lawns. The larvae can cause major damage to residential turfgrass, especially during drought. More
Home, Lawn and Garden Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
Home, Lawn and Garden Integrated Pest Management (IPM) - Articles Articles
IPM is not a practice limited to commercial and agricultural situations. It can also be used by the general public throughout our community. More
David Shetlar, The Ohio State University, Bugwood.org
Billbugs in Home Lawns - Articles Articles
Several billbug species occur on turf, but the bluegrass billbug is the most common in our state. More
Photo: James H. Miller & Ted Bodner, Southern Weed Science Society, Bugwood.org
Yellow Woodsorrel - Articles Articles

Yellow Woodsorrel

Tim Abbey

Yellow woodsorrel (Oxalis stricta) has foliage (composed of three leaflets) that resembles white clover or black medic. More
Photo: John D. Byrd; Mississippi State University, Bugwood.org
Yellow rocket - Articles Articles

Yellow rocket

Tim Abbey

Not all weeds get a “cool” common name, but yellow rocket (Barbarea vulgaris) is one of them. More
Best Management Practices for Bee Health
Best Management Practices for Bee Health - Articles Articles
The Horticultural Research Institute, the research foundation of AmericanHort, announces the release of Best Management Practices for Bee Health in the Horticultural Industry. More
Consider including violets in landscapes, or just leaving them where they are doing well. Photo: Kathleen Salisbury
Underused Native Plants: Common Blue Violets - Articles Articles
Native plants have become very popular over the years. More
Photo: Ohio State Weed Lab Archive, The Ohio State University, Bugwood.org, wild garlic,Allium vineale
Wild Onion and Wild Garlic - Articles Articles
Wild garlic (Allium vineale) and onion (Allium canadense) are perennial plants that can be a weed in turfgrass and landscape beds. More
Spurge infestation in relation to mowing height. Far left is mowed at 1 inch, middle at 1.75 inches, right at 2.5 inches. Photo: Dr. Pete Landschoot, Penn State
The Impact of Mowing on Weed Pressure - Articles Articles
Perhaps the single most important (and easiest) management tool to control weeds in turf is performing proper mowing practices. More
Tips to Improve Your Lawn Care Program This Fall
Tips to Improve Your Lawn Care Program This Fall - Articles Articles
As nighttime temperatures dip into the low 50s and the days continue to get shorter, one thing is certain; fall is coming. More
Soil Testing
Soil Testing - Articles Articles
Soil testing is a soil-management tool used to determine the fertility of soil as well as the optimum lime and fertilizer requirements for crops. More
Photo: Bruce Ackley, The Ohio State University, Bugwood.org Annual Bluegrass
Suppression of Annual Bluegrass or Crabgrass - Articles Articles

Suppression of Annual Bluegrass or Crabgrass

Tanner Delvalle, Peter Landschoot, Ph.D., Jeff Borger, M.S.

Seedbed establishment for fine turf can be extremely difficult, and is often considered an art form. More
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