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1. In turfgrass management, any living organism that competes with turfgrass plants for nutrients, light, water, air and space to the degree that it adversely affects the performance of the turfgrass; examples include weeds, insects, fungi and nematodes.<br>
 
1. In turfgrass management, any living organism that competes with turfgrass plants for nutrients, light, water, air and space to the degree that it adversely affects the performance of the turfgrass; examples include weeds, insects, fungi and nematodes.<br>
  
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<br>http://www.ocregister.com/newsimages/home_garden/2005/09/092405gardentalk_med.jpg<br>
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The picture shows a Japanese Beetle affecting a plant
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Source: http://www.ocregister.com/ocregister/life/homegarden/garden_homegarden/article_686217.php

Revision as of 02:10, 27 February 2006


1. In turfgrass management, any living organism that competes with turfgrass plants for nutrients, light, water, air and space to the degree that it adversely affects the performance of the turfgrass; examples include weeds, insects, fungi and nematodes.


092405gardentalk_med.jpg
The picture shows a Japanese Beetle affecting a plant

Source: http://www.ocregister.com/ocregister/life/homegarden/garden_homegarden/article_686217.php