Lawn Management - Insects, Weeds and Diseases
Ideally, you probably want a great-looking lawn with minimal weeds without using up a lot of your free time. Minor additions and/or adjustments in your current lawn care program may go far toward improving the quality of your lawn and minimizing the weeds. The following section provides general suggestions for minor adjustments in how to care for your lawn to optimize quality and minimize weeds. Most anyone with a strong interest, a willingness to learn and the necessary time is capable of using Extension information/ publications to achieve a nice lawn. If you are interested in more information, several excellent references are available at your local county Extension office. Examples of these include, PB1576, Lawn Care: Selecting, Establishing and Maintaining the Fescues and PB 1632, Establishing and Maintaining a Bermudagrass Lawn in Tennessee.
"PB956 Managing Lawn Weeds," , , http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_agexgard/86