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LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE PUBLICATIONS AND LINKS

The following are links to other web sites. Cayuga County is not responsible for these web sites and has no control over content of these web sites or information not located on the Cayuga County servers. The following links will open new browser windows.

www.gardening.cornell.edu/
Lawn care information from the Cornell University Department of Horticulture. All the information you'd ever want to know on lawn care from choosing a lawn care service to renovating old, tired lawns. Take the lawn care quiz and check your grass I.Q.!

www.gardening.cornell.edu/lawn/almanac/index.html
This almanac, developed by top turf researchers at Cornell University will help you grow and maintain a dense, healthy lawn without polluting watersheds with pesticides, metals, nutrients, and petroleum.

co.cayuga.ny.us/wqma/help/index.htm
Cayuga County Water Quality Management Agency website with information on pesticide-free lawn care. Includes information on how to get great lawns in 5 easy steps.

nysipm.cornell.edu/publications/grubs/default.asp
Grubs in Your Lawn? A Guide for Lawn Care Professionals and Homeowners

nysipm.cornell.edu/publications/homesbro/default.asp
IPM for Homes

nysipm.cornell.edu/publications/weedslawn/default.asp
Weeds and Your Lawn

nysipm.cornell.edu/publications/weedsgarden/default.asp
Weeds and Your Garden

branchingout.cornell.edu/BranchingOutHome.html
Branching Out: an integrated pest management newsletter for trees and shrubs

http://www.hort.cornell.edu/rossi/turfweb/
Cornell University Turfgrass Program

www.ipmlabs.com/
Located in Cayuga County, the mission of the IPM Labs, Inc. is to supply beneficial organisms for the biological control of pests and to support their successful use. IPM Labs produces 5 species of beneficial organisms and distribute more than 25 other species.


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Updated: March 8, 2010