Making Sense of All the Post Emergent Herbicide Options in Turf
Overview of the presentation by Brian MacDonald
- Making sense of all the Choices
- Review the “standard” 3 – way mixes
- Look at “new kids” on the block
- Review “alternative” herbicide mixes
- Review the common weeds and match the herbicides to the weeds.
- Maximizing weed kill – other factors.
- Go through a few scenarios.
Winter Brown Blight Rears Its Ugly Head
Sustainable Landscape Management
Tom Cook, retired OSU turfgrass professor, has published a new book detailing the construction and maintenance of sustainable landscapes! The book includes topics such as sustainable landscape design, how to develop an ecosystem, issues regarding the use of chemicals, and approaches for modifying existing lancescapes. The book can be purchased from Amazon: Sustainable Landscape Management: Design, Construction, and Maintainence!
Turfgrass Seeding Recommendations for the Pacific Northwest
A PACIFIC NORTHWEST EXTENSION PUBLICATION • PNW299
Washington State University • Oregon State University • University of Idaho
Efficient Lawn Irrigation in the Intermountain West
Maintaining a healthy, aesthetically pleasing lawn depends on many variables including turfgrass species; mowing height and frequency; fertilization; and insect, disease, and weed control. Proper irrigation, despite being one of the most important factors in maintaining a healthy lawn, is the most often overlooked variable in lawn care (figure 1).
2008 Perennial Ryegrass and Annual Bluegrass Tolerance to Citrus Oil, Worry Free Moss & Algae Control, Garden Safe Moss and Algae Killer, and Lilly Miller Moss-Out Applications to Control Moss in Lawns
2008 Evaluation of Roundup Formulations for Control of Cool Season Turfgrass Species
2008 Evaluation of Efficacy of Citrus Oil, Worry Free Moss and Algae Control, Garden Safe Moss and Algae Killer, and Lilly Miller Moss-Out Applications to Control Lawn Moss
Oregon State University; Dr. Robert Golembiewski, Assistant Professor; Tom Cook, Associate Professor; Brian McDonald, Research Assistant; Final Report; July 31, 2008 (Updated 9/8/10)