Avoid Aggressive Cultivation Until Mid-April. The warm weather has many of us excited to start improving on our home landscapes. Many tasks and projects can be completed this time of year. However, be careful with aggressive lawn cultivation such as dethatching and aerating. While the soils are warming, the plants are still dehydrated and fragile.…Read more
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Air and soil temperatures have been well above average, and the turfgrass is starting to break dormancy and grow. Look closely at the crowns of tall fescue, Kentucky bluegrass, or perennial ryegrass and you’ll likely see a new green leaf emerging from the whorl. We are even seeing some green-up of buffalograss and zoysiagrass at…Read more
One of the most common questions asked of turfgrass specialists is, “what can I use to kill these weeds?” Or, “what should our turf manager be doing for summer weed control?” These questions are especially common at this time of year when summer annual weeds commonly break through depleting preemergence herbicide barriers. At face value…Read more
Bill Kreuser, UNL Turfgrass Extention Most homeowners want a nice green lawn. A lush healthy lawn displays obvious pride in ownership. Keeping a lawn green and healthy can be easier said than done. That’s especially true in Nebraska where weather extremes are the norm. During the summer of 2012, many lawns went dormant and some…Read more
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