Dynamics of the Urban Landscape: Toward Sustainable Lawn Turf. The Special Needs of Landscape Trees. Fate of Pesticides in the Turfgrass Environment. Sewage Sludge Compost for Establishment and Maintenance of Turfgrass. Integrated Resource Management. Effects of Pesticides on Beneficial Invertebrates and Implications for Thatch Accumulation and Pest Outbreaks in Turf. Preparation for a Healthy Landscape: Determining the Health of the Soil. Physical Problems of Fine-Textured Soils. Physical Problems of Coarse-Textured Soils. Understanding Turfgrass Growth Regulation. Choosing the Right Grass to Fit the Environment. Integrating Cultural and Pest Management Practices for Sod Production. Advances in Implementing Integrated Pest Management for Woody Plants. Integrated Pest Management of Wildflower-Grass Mixer in the Eastern United States. Calibrating Turf Grass Chemical Application Equipment. Simple Hand Sprayer Calibration. Special Considerations for Golf Courses: Site Selection and Preparation: A Critical Task: Siting and Design Considerations to Enhance the Environmental Benefits of Golf Courses. Design and Management of Constructed Ponds: Minimizing Environmental Hazards. Minimizing Environmental Impact by Golf Course Development: A Method and Some Case Studies. Pest Management Strategies for Golf Courses. Blemishes on the Perfect Landscape: What Can Go Wrong and Why: Survival of Trees in Metropolitan Areas. Integrated Pest Management: A Seattle Street Tree Case Study. Major Insect Pests of Turf in the U.S. Major Insect Pests of Ornamental Trees and Shrubs. Symptomology and Management of Common Turfgrass Diseases in the Transition Zone and Northern Regions. Integrated Management of Weeds: Evaluation, Modification of Management, Control Decisions: Understanding Turfgrass Growth Regulation. Turfgrass Weed Management-An IPM Approach. Plan Before You Plant: A Five-Step Process for Developing a Landscape Weed Management Plan. Weed Management Guide for Herbaceous Ornamenta
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