Lawn Disease Control

Common Lawn Diseases and Examples Turfgrass is susceptible to many different types of lawn diseases and once established these diseases can be devastating. The best

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Brown Patch

Description: Brown patch commonly starts as a small spot and can quickly spread outwards in a circular or horseshoe pattern up to a couple of

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Mushrooms

Description: Lawn mushrooms are simply the product of fungi infested in your yard's soil. They are actually the fruit of this fungus, and feed off

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Leaf Spot

Symptoms Purplish-brown to black spots with tan centers on the leaf blade and sheath. Lower leaves of infected plants become shriveled and blighted. In severe

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Powdery Mildew

Description: Grass looks as though it is sprinkled with flour. Kentucky bluegrass and shade areas are the most susceptible. Grass will wither and die as

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Red Thread & Pink Patch

Symptoms: 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

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Fairy Ring

Symptoms: Symptoms vary with casual agents. Aboveground mushroom and puff ball basidiocarps may or may not occur. Typically has outer rings that are either dark-green

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Rusts – Various Species

Symptoms: Light yellow flecks initially on the leaf blades and sheaths. Flecks enlarge, elongate, and turn yellow in color. Infected areas rise above the epidermis

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Dollar Spot

Symptoms: Sunken, circular patches that measure several inches. Patches turn from brown to straw color and may eventually coalesce, forming irregularly shaped areas. May display

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Snow Mold

Description: Snow mold is most common to Kentucky Bluegrass and Fescues in regions where snow falls and sits on the lawn for extended periods of

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