Turf and the Environment: Can They Co-Exist?
There are many out there who are concerned about the ability to use chemicals to successfully grow turfgrass in the lawns of Florida. Are the chemicals safe for the environment?
In this video with synchronized PowerPoint presentations, Dr. Unruh addresses many of those concerns and sites research-based examples of how turf and the environment can truly co-exist:
This page was last updated on June 15, 2010.
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