ID

430-520(SPES-223P)

Authors as Published

Authored by Michael Goatley Jr., Extension Turfgrass Specialist, Virginia Tech; Shawn Askew, Extension Turfgrass Weed Specialist, Virginia Tech, and David McCall, Extension Turfgrass Pathologist, Virginia Tech


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The fall season is an important transition period of turfgrass growth and development, and the management of your warm- and cool-season grasses at this time of year means a great deal in terms of anticipated success in your lawn the following spring.


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Publication Date

July 20, 2020