Weeds can cause many problems in turf situations. One of most undesirable characteristics of weed infestation is the disruption of turf uniformityso vital to the golf, sports field, and managed landscape industry. Weed clumps, color variation, and patches can drive turf managers crazy, and have a pronounced effect on the perceived quality of the maintenance program. Very often, weeds are the results of weakened turf and specific spoil problemsthe Color Atlas of Turfgrass Weeds explains why, and helps you problemasolve for effective management. Color Atlas of Turfgrass Weeds by L.B. McCarty, J.W. Everest, D.W. Hall, T.R. Murphy, and F. Yelverton is a volume in the series: Turfgrass Science and Practice, James B Beard, EditorFoliage with sour, acrid taste. Flowers bright yellow, with five petals, on stalks bent below the fruit and attached to a common point. Flowers mainly during spring and into early summer. Fruit a narrow aquot;okra-likeaquot; capsule, five-angled, slenderanbsp;...
|Title||:||Color Atlas of Turfgrass Weeds|
|Author||:||L. B. McCarty|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2001-01-15|