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Tag: preemergence

Goosegrass (Photo: Jim Brosnan, Ph.D.)

Trouble with goosegrass control

July 25, 2019 By
Goosegrass (Eleusine indica) is a problematic annual grassy weed found on golf course turf across the United States in summer. This species germinates from seed each spring, with emergence typically occurring several weeks after superintendents begin to see summer annual ...

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Jumping on the pigment bandwagon: Lower cost, better weed control

May 30, 2014 By
=Tray Maltby, director of golf course grounds at Reunion Resort in Orlando, Fla.He may handle maintenance operations for three golf courses and have 60 employees working under him, but Tray Maltby is simply a superintendent at heart. “I just love ...

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