- Patches that are reddish-brown in color and 1 to 4 inches in diameter, up to 2 feet.
- Causes a gelatinous mass of pink mycelium with water-soaked leaves.
Conditions Favoring Disease:
- Temperatures between 40F and 85F and in locations that are low in nitrogen.
- Areas that experience more than 10 hours a day of foliar wetness for several consecutive days.
- Pink patch usually develops in the presence of red thread.
- The two diseases often occur under the same conditions and at the same times.