The turf problem solver: case studies and solutions for environmental, cultural, and pest problems

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Proven solutions to nagging turf problems

The Turf Problem Solver is a solutions-oriented guidebook designed to help turf managers maintain optimal turf conditions. Written by two leading experts, this practical tool offers detailed advice on defining, analyzing, and solving today's most common turf problems.

Presented in a distinguished case-based approach, The Turf Problem Solver features: Real-world examples and solutionsSolutions for environmental, cultural, and pest and pesticide turf problemsCoverage of human resources issuesAccessible methods for evaluation, analysis, and synthesisHelpful appendices providing chemical names, maps, conversion charts, and calibration guidelines

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Contents

Turfgrass Problems
9
Environmental Problems
47
Cultural Problems
91
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About the author (2006)

A. J. TURGEON is Professor of Turfgrass Management in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at Penn State University (1986-present). Formerly with the University of Illinois (1971-79), Texas A&M University (1980-83) and the Tru Green Corporation (1983-86), he is the author of 300 publications, including the popular book, Turfgrass Management.

J. M. VARGAS, Jr. is Professor of Plant Pathology at Michigan State University, where he has been involved in teaching, research, and extension for thirty-five years. An international authority who has presented worldwide, he has published more than 200 articles on turfgrass diseases and related subjects.

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