Golf courses use spraying to apply fertilizer for healthy grass, and pesticides to eliminate pests and insects, and herbicide to eliminate weeds. Pesticides can help limit the damage caused by insects. Insecticides, herbicides and fungicides are used wisely to guard the health of turf, trees and other living things throughout the golf course. Unique challenges with golf spraying include uneven ground, different grass types in the fairway, rough in greens, and close neighbors. Golf courses also spray paint, usually in the fall, to keep the grass looking green. While golf courses make up the majority of turf spraying, other uses will utilize similar strategies for application, for example lawn care.