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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3
Weed control, Lawns, Western Australia.
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During the summer, a fast-growing lawn with a deep green colour can usually be produced fairly easily by regular applications of nitrogenous fertilisers. Such a lawn should require mowing every seven to ten days, and thus little opportunity is given to new weeds to establish themselves. In fact during this time of the year, there are few annual weeds apart from crab grass which are a problem in home lawns or playing fields in this State, while perennial weeds are limited to white clover and flatweed.
Pearce, G. A.
"The control of weeds in lawns,"
Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3: Vol. 6:
5, Article 3.
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