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Commercial Horticulture, Nursery & Turf

Winter Lawn Care for Tall Fescue

Have you aerated, re-seeded, fertilized, and established a healthy tall fescue lawn this season? If not, it is best …

Growing Bloodroot

Growing Bloodroot?

We often receive questions on how to grow Bloodroot. Margaret and Alison, with the NC Alternative Crops and Organics …

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Anthracnose stand symptoms

Anthracnose in Turf

This factsheet summarizes the characteristics of anthracnose.

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Brown patch in tall fescue

Brown Patch in Turf

This factsheet summarizes the characteristics of brown patch.

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Damping off stand symptoms.

Damping Off in Turf

This factsheet summarizes the characteristics of damping off.

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Copper spot stand symptoms.

Copper Spot in Turf

This factsheet summarizes the characteristics of copper spot.

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Algae in a bermudagrass putting green

Algae in Turf

This factsheet summarizes the characteristics of algae.

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Leaf spot.

Leaf Spot in Turf

This factsheet summarizes the characteristics of leaf spot.

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Balled and burlapped Fraser fir and white pine trees.

Selection and Care of Living Christmas Trees

One of the more enjoyable Christmas traditions is to replant a living Christmas tree into …

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