Author(s): Scott Craven, David Drake In this, the third publication in the “Living With Wildlife in Wisconsin” series, the authors describe the curious habits and underground way of life of Wisconsin’s two kinds of moles. They discuss how to limit the damage these velvety animals may cause, either by cutting off their food supply (which […]
R.C. Newman Revised: 5/11/2010 Item number: A1827 Click here to view this 12-page publication that help you identify the 30 most common grass species in Wisconsin turf. Download Article
Supina bluegrass is a potential new grass for areas with dense shade or high traffic. Read this publication to find out where supina bluegrass should and should not be planted, and how to care for it.
Mosses prefer damp, shaded areas, but can also grow in dry, sunny locations. When lawns are not healthy, often due to poor drainage or shade, moss can move in. Learn about moss in lawns in this factsheet.
R. Chris Williamson, Turf and Ornamental Specialist Revised: 4/26/2010 Earthworms belong to the Phylum Annelida; Class Oligochaeta; Family Lumbricidae which consists of over 7000 species. Their bodies are long and tube-like, tapering on both ends and typically ranging in length from one to six inches. Earthworms are found in a wide range of habitats adapting […]
Micro irrigation has numerous advantages in greenhouses, orchards, vineyards, fields, lawns, and gardens. Learn about components of micro irrigation systems and benefits and drawbacks these systems provide.