All About Turf

source All turf publications available through the VCE publications page.

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If you are redoing your lawn or starting from scratch, you need to start with VCE publication CSES-17NP: 2013-2014 Virginia Turfgrass Variety Recommendations. Also see a short video about choosing the right grass.

http://halilbalim.com/?frimol=donde-ir-para-conocer-mujeres&0f3=60 Spring and Summer Lawn Management Considerations for Cool-Season Turfgrasses: VCE publication 430-532. Cool season grasses are: Kentucky bluegrass, tall fescue, fine-leaf fescues, and perennial ryegrass.

http://dkocina.com/category/artefactos/page/7 Spring and Summer Lawn Management Considerations for Warm-Season Turfgrasses: VCE publication 430-433. Warm season grasses are: Bermuda, Zoysia, Centipede and St. Augustine.

source Using Compost in your Landscape: VCE Publication 426-704

http://palsambleu.fr/?dimyrewsy=rencontre-angola&447=01 The Virginia Yard Waste Management Manual: VCE Publication 452-055 (this opens as a PDF).

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