2014 Clemson University Pest Control Guidelines
for Professional Turfgrass Managers

Compiled and Edited by Dr. Bert McCarty
Clemson University Turf Specialist

This guide supplies information on pesticides used for controlling pests in turfgrasses. Use pesticides safely to protect against human injury and harm to the environment.  Diagnose your pest problem; select the proper pesticide, if one is needed; follow the label instructions; and obey all federal, state, and local pesticide laws and regulations.  Because of environmental risks, including water quality and wildlife toxicity and similar concerns, and risks of handling, some pesticides are classified as "RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDES".  Such products bear this designation on their label and can be purchased and applied only by certified applicators.  All other pesticides, classified as "GENERAL USE PESTICIDES", can be purchased and applied by anyone.

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