Weed Identification and Management

Information on weed management of turfgrass to control weeds such as wild carrot, yellow woodsorrel, wild onions, shepherd’s purse, knotweed, bedstraw, thistle, yellow nutsedge and multiflora rose. Tips on identifying weeds and using pesticides.

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Turf and Ornamental Workshop
Turf and Ornamental Workshop - Workshops Workshops

Turf and Ornamental Workshop

03/21/2019

Nanticoke, PA

$45.00
Landscape professionals and pesticide license holders are invited to join us for this update! More
Choosing a Qualified Pest Management or Lawn Care Company
Choosing a Qualified Pest Management or Lawn Care Company - Articles Articles
When you discover a pest problem in or around your home, such as the spotted lanternfly, the first step is to identify the pest. More
Turf Field Day
Turf Field Day - Workshops Workshops
Learn about weed control, sprayer calibration, and athletic field management practices at this Turf Field Day. More
Landscape IPM Seminar
Landscape IPM Seminar - Workshops Workshops
This seminar provides valuable research-based information along with re-certification and continuing education credits. More
Turf and Ornamental Conference of Northwest Pennsylvania
Turf and Ornamental Conference of Northwest Pennsylvania - Conferences Conferences
$65.00
World renowned speakers, and over 30 commercial exhibitors, will be present for this day-long Green Industry extravaganza. More
Industrial and Right-of-Way Weed Meeting
Industrial and Right-of-Way Weed Meeting - Workshops Workshops
This meeting will feature presentations on weed control and weed identification in right-of-ways and industrial areas. More
Grape leaves exhibiting phenoxy-type herbicide damage in 2017. Photo: T. Delvalle, Penn State
Herbicide Drift and Drift Related Damage - Articles Articles
Pesticide applicators are responsible for drift related damage and could face a potential lawsuit. More
Landscape Update
Landscape Update - Workshops Workshops
This program provides information about pest management for turf and ornamental landscape plants and help you fulfill your pesticide license recertification requirements. More
Landscaping Field Day
Landscaping Field Day - Workshops Workshops
This one-day event will provide professional managers with educational opportunities geared toward the green industry. More
Professional Pest Managers School
Professional Pest Managers School - Workshops Workshops
Free
This one-day pesticide update session provides research-based information for applicators, as well as recertification credits in categories where it can be difficult to find credits. More
Weed Identification Walk
Weed Identification Walk - Workshops Workshops
Join us for a hands-on, interactive session to learn about identifying and managing a variety of broadleaf and grassy weeds in both turf and landscape situations. More
Crabgrass infested lawn. Photo: P. Landschoot, Penn State
Postemergence Control of Crabgrass and Other Summer Annual Grasses in Lawns - Articles Articles
During rainy summers, annual grasses can be an unsightly weed problem in many Pennsylvania lawns. More
Ants in Home Lawns
Ants in Home Lawns - Articles Articles

Ants in Home Lawns

Gregory Hoover

Several species of ants commonly inhabit home lawns and ornamental plantings of trees and shrubs. More
Pesticide Applicator Certification Study Materials - Lawn and Turf
Pesticide Applicator Certification Study Materials - Lawn and Turf - Guides and Publications Guides and Publications
$35.00
Prepare for the Category 07 certification exam for the use of a pesticide in the maintenance or production of lawn and turf. More
Options for Chemical Control of Moss in Putting Greens
Options for Chemical Control of Moss in Putting Greens - Articles Articles

Options for Chemical Control of Moss in Putting Greens

Peter Landschoot, Ph.D., Joshua Cook

Silvery thread moss (Bryum argenteum) in putting greens is becoming an all-too-common occurrence on Pennsylvania golf courses. More
Do You Need a Pesticide License?
Do You Need a Pesticide License? - Articles Articles
If you are considering using a pesticide, it is important to make sure you are in compliance with Pennsylvania law. More
Nimbleweed actively growing in July
Nimblewill (Muhlenbergia schreberi) - Articles Articles
Nimblewill is a native warm season perennial grass. It is extremely common, especially in older lawns. More
Developing an Integrated Turfgrass Pest Management Program
Developing an Integrated Turfgrass Pest Management Program - Articles Articles
How to develop IPM programs in turfgrass. 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
quackgrass Elymus repens Stem(s) Ohio State Weed Lab Archive, The Ohio State University, Bugwood.org
Orchardgrass and Quackgrass - Articles Articles
A number of grass species appear in lawns and ornamental beds and are considered weeds. More
Closeup of triangular stem shape, rhizomes, and tubers. Photo: Univ. of Illinois
Yellow Nutsedge Control Starts Now - Articles Articles
A sure sign of summer, yellow nutsedge is showing up in lawn areas. More
Photo: The Dow Gardens Archive, Dow Gardens, Bugwood.org, showy forsythia, Forsythia x intermedia
Amines or Esters; Which Should You Use? - Articles Articles
As the forsythia comes into full bloom and dandelions show their beauty, one thing is certain; spring is upon us. 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
Mile-a-minute
Mile-a-minute - Articles Articles
Mile-a-minute is an invasive, noxious weed from eastern Asia that is rapidly colonizing non-crop areas in Pennsylvania and surrounding states. More
Introduction to Creating Healthy Landscapes
Introduction to Creating Healthy Landscapes - Articles Articles

Introduction to Creating Healthy Landscapes

Emelie Swackhamer, J. Robert Nuss, Larry Kuhns, Gregory Hoover

When a plant looks unhealthy or has been injured by an insect or a mite, often our first impulse is to apply a pesticide. More
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