Poa annua, also known as annual bluegrass, is a cosmopolitan weed in all turfgrass situations. In Arizona, the vast majority of the annual bluegrass is the true winter annual (Poa annua var. annua) that germinates in the fall, grows throughout the winter season. This article discusses control and prevention
Due to worldwide shortages of non-dormant alfalfa seed, production opportunities and acreage have increased recently in central Arizona. This article gives some suggestions regarding growing alfalfa for seed in Arizona.
Authors: Sheila D. Merrigan, Paul Baker, David Kopec, and MarK Clark
Arizona's golf course industry has grown rapidly over the last 15 years. This survey was conducted to help give baseline data about pesticide usage to the gold course industry, the pesticide industry, and the public.
Establishing irrigated pasture at 4,000- to 6,000-foot elevations in Arizona
Authors: Deborah Young, Bill Frost, Mike Schneider
Irrigated pasture can provide forage for livestock, be useful during breeding and calving time, serve as an exercise area for horses, and conserve and improve soil and provide an alternative to rangeland. This article discussing establishing a pasture at elevations in Arizona between 4,000 and 6,000 feet.