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How to Manage Pests

The UC Guide to Healthy Lawns

Lawn care for established lawns

No two lawns are exactly alike. Lawns may differ by turf species, soil type, climate, location, how they are used, and how they are maintained. Tailor a program with the specifics of your situation in mind.

A good maintenance program includes

A well-planned and executed maintenance program will produce good-looking, green turfgrass that will quickly recover from wear, pest damage, or mechanical injury.

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