ID

430-011 (SPES-334NP)

Authors as Published

Authored by J.M Goatley Jr., Professor and Extension Specialist, Turfgrass Science, Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech Derik Cataldi, State Urban Nutrient Management Specialist, Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation; D.R. Chalmers, Extension Agronomist, Turfgrass; J.R. Hall III, Professor Emeritus and Extension Agronomist, Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech, and R.E. Schmidt, Professor Emeritus, Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech

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Fertilization of lawns is essential for the production of quality turf in Virginia. However, exceeding recommended fertilizer application rates or improper application timing can negatively impact surface water and groundwater quality.


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Publication Date

June 21, 2021