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St. Augustinegrass for Florida Lawns

LH010/ENH5 by Laurie E. Trenholm, Marco Schiavon, J. Bryan Unruh, Travis W. Shaddox, and Kevin E. KenworthyAugust 16, 2021A fact sheet for homeowner audiences.

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