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  1. Abdomen
  2. Abiotic
  3. Acervulus
  4. Achene
  5. Acropetal penetrants
  6. Activated sludge
  7. Aerate
  8. Agricultural cultivator
  9. Air drainage
  10. Algae
  11. Alternate host
  12. American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
  13. Anaerobic
  14. Andrews, Henry 1799-1828 (approx)
  15. Androecium
  16. Annual Bluegrass
  17. Annual Bluegrass Weevil
  18. Annual grasses
  19. Annuals
  20. Anthracnose
  21. Apical bud
  22. Apomixis
  23. Application efficiency (EA)
  24. Application logbook
  25. Application threshold
  26. Apron
  27. Arboretum
  28. Artificial turf
  29. As-built drawing
  30. AstroTurf
  31. Auchter, Eugene Curtis 1889-1952
  32. Auricle
  33. Austen, Ralph 17th Century
  34. Available water
  35. Available water holding capacity (AWHC)
  36. Averroes 1126-1198
  37. Avicenna 980-1037
  38. Bacillus thuringiensis (BT)
  39. Backflow prevention
  40. Ball mark
  41. Balled and burlapped (B&B)
  42. Banckes, Richard 16th Century
  43. Band fertilize
  44. Bare root
  45. Bartram, John 1699-1777
  46. Bateson, William 1861-1926
  47. Beach, Spencer A. 1860-1922
  48. Begonia
  49. Bench area
  50. Bench height
  51. Beneficial insects
  52. Berckmans, Prosper Julius 1830-1910
  53. Berry
  54. Biennials
  55. Biological control
  56. Biological diversity
  57. Bipinnate
  58. Black Cutworm
  59. Blanket application
  60. Blend
  61. Blight
  62. Bluegrass Billbug
  63. Bolt
  64. Book Reviews
  65. Bowles, Edward Augustus 1865-1954
  66. Bradley, Richard 1688-1732
  67. Bramble
  68. Branch crown
  69. Bridging
  70. Broad spectrum
  71. Brookshaw, George 1751-1823
  72. Brown, Lancelot 1715-1783
  73. Brown Patch
  74. Brushing
  75. Bud scales
  76. Bud union
  77. Bulbil
  78. Bulblet
  79. Bunch type
  80. Button
  81. C3
  82. Cage
  83. Calcined diatomaceous earth
  84. Calcite sand
  85. Calcium oxide
  86. Calibrate
  87. Callus
  88. Camerarius, Joachim, The Younger 1534-1598
  89. Camerarius, Rudolph Jakob 1665-1721
  90. Candle
  91. Capillary
  92. Capillary action
  93. Capitulum
  94. Capsule
  95. Carbon dioxide (CO2)
  96. Carnivore
  97. Catchment test
  98. Caterpillar
  99. Cation exchange capacity (CEC)
  100. Catkin
  101. Center loading
  102. Certified plants
  103. Chamaephyte
  104. Chandler, William H. 1878 -
  105. Chartreuse
  106. Chelates
  107. Chemical volatilization
  108. Chlorosis
  109. ChokerLayer
  110. Choker Layer
  111. Chrysanthemum
  112. Cladode
  113. Clegg Impact Tester
  114. Coated fertilizer
  115. Cobbett, William 1763 - 1835
  116. Coelesce
  117. Cold composting
  118. Cold frame
  119. Coleus
  120. Collar
  121. Combing
  122. Compost tea
  123. Composted manure
  124. Conditioners
  125. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
  126. Contact insecticide
  127. Contact pesticide
  128. Continuous pressure main line
  129. Contour mowing
  130. Contractile
  131. Controlled release fertilizer
  132. Controller charts
  133. Cool-season crop
  134. Cool season zone
  135. Copper Spot
  136. Cordate
  137. Cordus, Valerius 1515-1544
  138. Core aeration
  139. Cormel
  140. Corona
  141. Corymb
  142. Coxe, William 1762-1831
  143. Crabgrass
  144. Creeping Bentgrass
  145. Crescenzi, Pietro 14th Century
  146. Crop coefficient
  147. Crop rotation
  148. Crotch
  149. Crowning
  150. CrumbRubber
  151. Crumb Rubber
  152. Culinary
  153. Cultural control
  154. Cuneate
  155. Curative application
  156. Current events
  157. Cutin
  158. Cyme
  159. Damping off
  160. Dandelion
  161. Datestamptest
  162. Day-neutral plant
  163. Daylight
  164. Days to maturity
  165. Decurrent habit
  166. Decussate
  167. Defoliation
  168. Dehydration
  169. Denier
  170. Diameter breast high
  171. Dichotomous
  172. Diffusion
  173. Dioecious
  174. Disease Cycle
  175. Dispersible granules (DG)
  176. Distichous
  177. Distribution uniformity
  178. Division
  179. Dollar Spot
  180. Dormant seeding
  181. Dormant sodding
  182. Dorsal
  183. Double dig
  184. Dragging
  185. Drip irrigation
  186. Drip line
  187. Drought
  188. Drupe
  189. Dry flowables (DF)
  190. ESOL
  191. Easter Lily
  192. Ecosystem
  193. Ectotrophic
  194. Effective cutting height
  195. Elliptical
  196. Emulsifiable concentrate (EC)
  197. Endophyte-enhanced varieties
  198. Endosperm
  199. Enkamat
  200. Entomopathogenic nematodes
  201. Epicotyl
  202. Epigeal/geous
  203. Epigynous
  204. Epiphyte
  205. Erasistratus 300-260 B.C.
  206. Espalier
  207. Ester
  208. Evapotranspiration
  209. Excurrent habit
  210. Exfoliate
  211. Extraction procedure
  212. Face Weight
  213. Facing
  214. Fairchild, Thomas 1667-1729
  215. Fallow
  216. Fascicle
  217. Fertigation
  218. Fertilizer analysis
  219. Fertilizer burn
  220. Field Hardness
  221. Field contour
  222. Filled synthetic turf
  223. Filter cloth
  224. Fines
  225. Finish grade
  226. Fissure
  227. Fletcher, Harold Roy 1907-
  228. Flocculate
  229. Floricanes
  230. Flow-by
  231. Flowering Cole
  232. Foliar feeding
  233. Foliar fertilizers
  234. Follicle
  235. Food chain
  236. For Educators
  237. For Kids
  238. For Teens
  239. Forking
  240. Forster, John 17th Century
  241. Forsyth, William 1737-1804
  242. Fras
  243. French drain
  244. Friable
  245. Frond
  246. Frost pocket
  247. Fruiting wood
  248. Fuller, Andrew S. 1828-1896
  249. Furber, Robert 18th Century
  250. Garden Questions
  251. Gardiner, Richard 16th Century
  252. Genealogy
  253. Geo-textile
  254. Geophyte
  255. Gerberas
  256. Gibberellin
  257. Gilbert, Samuel 17th Century
  258. Girdling
  259. Glabrous
  260. Glaucous
  261. Glossary
  262. Glossy
  263. Gmax
  264. Goff, Emmett Stull 1852-1902
  265. Googe, Barnaby 1540-1594
  266. Goosegrass
  267. Grade stakes
  268. Graft union
  269. Grainy
  270. Grass texture
  271. Gray Leaf Spot
  272. Green manure
  273. Greensand
  274. Grooming
  275. Grooving
  276. Ground covers
  277. Growing Guide
  278. Growing points
  279. Growth Blanket
  280. Gynoecium
  281. Hales, Stephen 1671-1761
  282. Harden off
  283. Hardpan
  284. Hardwood cutting
  285. Harrowing
  286. Hartlib, Samuel 1600-1662 (approx)
  287. Hashmarks
  288. Hatton, Sir Ronald 1886-1965
  289. Heavy metals
  290. Hedrick, Ulysses Prentiss 1870-1951
  291. Heeling in
  292. Heirloom vegetables
  293. Helminthosporium Leaf Spot
  294. Helophyte
  295. Hemicryptophyte
  296. Henderson, Peter 1822-1890
  297. Herbivore
  298. Herodotus of Halicarnassos 484-426 B.C.
  299. Hill planting
  300. Hirsute
  301. Hogg, Thomas 1771-1841
  302. Holdfast
  303. Homework center
  304. Honeydew
  305. Hooke, Robert 1634-1703
  306. Hooker, William 1779-1832
  307. Hosta
  308. Hotbed
  309. Hovey, Charles Mason 1810 - 1887
  310. Howard, Walter Lafayette 1872-1949
  311. Hub
  312. Humidity
  313. Hybrid cultivar
  314. Hydrated lime
  315. Hydrology
  316. Hydrophobic
  317. Hydrophyte
  318. Hydroseeding
  319. Hyll, Thomas 16th Century
  320. Hypocotyl
  321. Hypogeal/geous
  322. Hypogynous
  323. IPM
  324. Immunity
  325. Improved strains
  326. Incised
  327. Incubation
  328. Indusium
  329. Infield
  330. Infiltrate
  331. Inoculant
  332. Inoculation
  333. Inoculum
  334. Inorganic fertilizer
  335. Instar
  336. Integrated cultural management (ICM)
  337. Interpacking
  338. Interplant
  339. Interspecific hybrid
  340. Interstem
  341. Involucre
  342. Jekyll, Gertrude 1843-1935
  343. Kent, William 1635-1748
  344. Knight, Thomas Andrew 1759-1838
  345. Knotweed
  346. LC50
  347. Lanceolate
  348. Landreth, David the younger 19th Century
  349. Landscape fabric
  350. Langford, T. 17th Century
  351. Langley, Batty 1696-1751
  352. Large Patch
  353. Laser grading
  354. Latent bud
  355. Lateral bud
  356. Lateral lines
  357. Lateral stem
  358. Lath house
  359. Laurence, John 1668-1732
  360. Laurie, Alex 1892 - 1982
  361. Lawson, William 17th Century
  362. Layering
  363. Leeuwenhoek, Antonj Van 1632-1723
  364. Leggy
  365. Lenticel
  366. Ligule
  367. Liming agent
  368. Linear
  369. Lip
  370. Liquid fertilizer
  371. Local History
  372. Localized dry spot
  373. Localized penetrant
  374. Locule
  375. Long-day plant
  376. Longitudinally
  377. Longworth, Nicholas 1783 - 1863
  378. Macer Aemilius 10th Century (approx)
  379. Macintosh, Charles 1794-1864
  380. Macronutrients
  381. Main Page
  382. Malodorous
  383. Management allowable depletion (MAD)
  384. Manning, Robert 1784 - 1842
  385. Marginally hardy
  386. Markham, Gervase 1568-1636
  387. Mascall, Leonard 1546-1605 (approx)
  388. Matched precipitation
  389. Material safety data sheet (MSDS)
  390. Matted-row
  391. Matting
  392. Measure line
  393. Megaphyll
  394. Mercurials
  395. Mesh elements
  396. Microbe
  397. Microclimate
  398. Microdochium Patch
  399. Microenvironment
  400. Micronutrients
  401. Microphyll
  402. Micropores
  403. Mildew
  404. Milky Disease
  405. Miticide
  406. Modular grass
  407. Mold
  408. Mollusk
  409. Monadres, Nicolas 1493-1588
  410. Monoecious
  411. Monofilament
  412. Monopodial
  413. Monostand
  414. Moss
  415. Muck
  416. Munson, Thomas Volney 1843-1913
  417. Mycoplasma
  418. National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP)
  419. Native grasses
  420. Native soil
  421. Natural
  422. Nectary
  423. Nematicide
  424. New Guinea Impatiens
  425. News
  426. Nicol, Walter 19th Century
  427. Nitrification
  428. Nitrogen carriers
  429. No-till soil preparation
  430. No encroachment zone
  431. Nodules
  432. Nonionic
  433. Nonselective pesticide
  434. Northern Masked Chafer
  435. Noxious weeds
  436. Nursery
  437. Nut
  438. Nutlet
  439. Nymph
  440. Oblique
  441. Oblong
  442. Obovate
  443. One-third rule
  444. Orbicular
  445. Orchids
  446. Overseed
  447. PENNFOOT
  448. Pad
  449. Palmate
  450. Panicle
  451. Pappus
  452. Parkinson, John 1567-1650
  453. Particle size distribution
  454. Passe, Crispin de 16th Century
  455. Patch Disease
  456. Pea gravel
  457. Pendulous
  458. Penetrant
  459. Perched water table
  460. Percolation
  461. Perennial grasses
  462. Perennials
  463. Pericarp
  464. Permanent grasses
  465. Permenant wilting point
  466. Pesticidal resistance
  467. Phanerophyte
  468. Pheromone
  469. Philips, Henry 1780-1830 (approx)
  470. Photodegradation
  471. Phototropism
  472. Phyllotaxis
  473. Phytotoxic
  474. Pile Fiber Loss
  475. Pinch
  476. Pitchers mound
  477. Pitchersmound
  478. Pitot tube
  479. Plant growth regulator (PGR)
  480. Platt, Sir Hugh or Platte 1552-1611 (approx)
  481. Podcast
  482. Poinsettia
  483. Point of connection (POC)
  484. Poling
  485. Pollard
  486. Pollinator
  487. Polyacrylamide gels
  488. Polystand
  489. Pome
  490. Pore space
  491. Portable vibration analyzer
  492. Postemergence
  493. Potpourri
  494. Power take off (PTO)
  495. Practice green
  496. Precipitation rate
  497. Preemergence
  498. Pregermination
  499. Presentation Archive
  500. Preventive application

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