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Lespedeza Control in Maintained Turfgrass

Publication Number: P2910
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Description in caption.
Common lespedeza and Korean clover have leaves of three. The base of each leaf has a brownish-red stipule (like little wings). The prominent veins on the lower leaf surface are helpful in identifying this plant.

This publication describes the process of controlling lespedeza in turfgrass. 

Department: Plant and Soil Sciences

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Authors

Portrait of Dr. James Dewey McCurdy
Assistant Professor
Turfgrass Extension Specialist/Weed Scientist/Weed Control-Turf and Ornamentals

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Portrait of Dr. John D. Byrd, Jr.
Extension/Research Professor
Weed Scientist/Weed Control - Agronomic and Horticultural Crops and noncropland
Portrait of Dr. James Dewey McCurdy
Assistant Professor
Turfgrass Extension Specialist/Weed Scientist/Weed Control-Turf and Ornamentals
Portrait of Dr. Barry R. Stewart
Associate Professor