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29 May 2016

Turf Fertilization Program

How to Develop A Turf Fertilization Program

Beautiful lawns are planned and created. A good turf fertilization program is an essential part of every great looking lawn. This page will give you the basic information you need to develop a fertility program. Almost all lawn fertilization programs are based on the Nitrogen (N) element. This is because nitrogen is the nutrient consumed by grasses in the greatest amounts. Furthermore, each grass type has a maximum amount of N that can safely be applied per growing season.

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25 May 2016
Maintenance of Zoysia Grass

Maintenance of Zoysia Grass

Nutrient Management

Proper fertilization and Maintenance of Zoysia Grass is very important for sustaining a healthy lawn. Fertilization and other cultural practices influence the overall health and quality of the lawn and reduce its vulnerability to numerous stresses, including weeds, insects, and disease. It is very important that anyone fertilizing their lawn be familiar with and follow the Florida Friendly Landscaping Best Management Practices (BMPs).

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25 May 2016
Zoysia grass

Zoysia Grass in Florida

Zoysia grasses (Zoysia spp.) were introduced into the United States from Asia and provide attractive turf throughout much of the United States. In recent years, dramatic improvements in zoysiagrass have been made by turf grass breeders. These improvements include insect resistance, accelerated establishment, and overall performance. Zoysia grasses are adapted to a variety of soil types and have good tolerance to shade, salt, and traffic. They provide an extremely dense sod that resists weed invasion, but certain pests can be problematic.

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18 May 2016

Zeroing in on Large Patch

Here in the Southeast, most turf managers consider zoysiagrass a hardy, easily maintained turfgrass for use on home lawns, commercial turf areas and — of course — golf course fairways. Since zoysiagrass is drought tolerant, grows in any type of soil and requires minimal mowing, it’s often an attractive alternative to bermudagrass.

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