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Selecting a Grass Species for Iowa Lawns

Ryan Adams

No one type of grass species will thrive in all landscapes. Environmental conditions vary from one side of the state to the other. New, improved cultivars possess specific characteristics to counter these variations and are now available to Iowa homeowners. These guidelines for selecting a grass species will help prevent lawn problems in the future.

Pages / Length: 7
Publication Date: 05/2015
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