Top 10 Weeds in the Southeast

J. Scott McElroy, Ph.D.

There are many different weed problems in turf. However, a select few are the most problematic. Certain weeds are so adapted to turfgrass management practices that it is virtually impossible to manage them non-chemically. Trying to control these weeds with herbicides is difficult as well, due to the lack of available material that is active on the weeds but not the turf. This 90-minute webcast covers the details of managing the most difficult to control weeds. These weeds require an integrated approach that maximizes turfgrass competitiveness and decreases the invasive ability of the weed species.

Weeds discussed include Poa annua, dallisgrass, Virginia buttonweed, torpedograss and more.

Original presentation date: Jan. 6, 2011


Member fee: Free
Nonmember fee: $60
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