Lawn weed control

Hunt, Leigh
May 2006
Garden;May2006, Vol. 131 Issue 5, p359
Offers tips for lawn weed control. Ways to control lawn weeds; Factors to consider when choosing a product; Ideal time for applying pesticides.


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