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Purdue Turf Doctor

The Purdue Turf Doctor app was developed by experts at Purdue University to help homeowners and land managers diagnose and address turfgrass problems caused by a variety of factors including weeds, insects, diseases, nuisance animals and abiotic stress

The Purdue Turf Doctor app was developed by experts at Purdue University to help homeowners and land managers diagnose and address turfgrass problems caused by a variety of factors including weeds, insects, diseases, nuisance animals and abiotic stress

Purdue Turf Doctor

by Purdue University
Purdue Turf Doctor
Purdue Turf Doctor
Purdue Turf Doctor

What is it about?

The Purdue Turf Doctor app was developed by experts at Purdue University to help homeowners and land managers diagnose and address turfgrass problems caused by a variety of factors including weeds, insects, diseases, nuisance animals and abiotic stress. Turfgrass management professionals and garden center personnel can also use this app to improve communication with their customers. Information in this app is most useful in the Midwestern and Eastern United States, but may also be useful for diagnosing and managing turfgrass disorders in other regions of North America.

Purdue Turf Doctor

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
210Mb
Genre
Reference Education
Last updated
March 17, 2017
Release date
March 17, 2017
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App Store Description

The Purdue Turf Doctor app was developed by experts at Purdue University to help homeowners and land managers diagnose and address turfgrass problems caused by a variety of factors including weeds, insects, diseases, nuisance animals and abiotic stress. Turfgrass management professionals and garden center personnel can also use this app to improve communication with their customers. Information in this app is most useful in the Midwestern and Eastern United States, but may also be useful for diagnosing and managing turfgrass disorders in other regions of North America.