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1. The term for removing more of the green leaf surface than is good for the plant, leaving a stubbly, brown turf. Continued scalping will weaken or kill the turf.<br>
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1. The term for removing more of the green leaf surface than is good for the plant, leaving a stubbly, brown turf. Continued scalping will weaken or kill the turf.<br><br>http://www.turf.uiuc.edu/lawn_problem_solver/images/dead/scalp-prob-solve.jpg<BR><BR>The strips of scalped turf are the result of a poorly adjusted mower deck
 
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Source:http://www.turf.uiuc.edu/lawn_problem_solver/solver/dead/scalping_turf.html
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1. The term for removing more of the green leaf surface than is good for the plant, leaving a stubbly, brown turf. Continued scalping will weaken or kill the turf.

scalp-prob-solve.jpg

The strips of scalped turf are the result of a poorly adjusted mower deck Source:http://www.turf.uiuc.edu/lawn_problem_solver/solver/dead/scalping_turf.html