Snow Mold Damage

Snow Mold Damage

Identifying and Controlling Snow Mold In Your Lawn What is snow mold? Actually, there are two types of snow mold; in laymen’s terms, they are referred to as pink and gray snow mold. Depending on local conditions, either may become active just about anywhere.In Spring,...
How Cold Winter Conditions Damage Lawns

How Cold Winter Conditions Damage Lawns

Cold Weather Lawn Damage For years, homeowners have questioned the Spring damage they find as Winter subsides, temperatures warm and the landscape begins to grow. A beautiful fall lawn can now look damaged, thinned out with areas of completely dead grass. How does...
Early and Late Winter Turf Diseases

Early and Late Winter Turf Diseases

Cold Weather Turf Diseases To Watch Out For Most homeowners would not expect turf damage to take place during the winter after the growing season when turfgrass is mostly dormant. Researchers at Michigan State University, however, have lots of documentation on several...
Summer Lawn Diseases: Necrotic Ring Spot

Summer Lawn Diseases: Necrotic Ring Spot

Summer Lawn Diseases: Necrotic Ring Spot Necrotic Ring Spot is a common turf damaging disease of bluegrass lawns across the northern United States. While this root-destroying disease infects grass roots in the spring, symptoms do not typically become evident until the...
Summer Lawn Diseases: Ascochyta Leaf Blight

Summer Lawn Diseases: Ascochyta Leaf Blight

Summer Lawn Diseases: Ascochyta Leaf Blight Ascochyta leaf blight is primarily a disease of Kentucky Bluegrass lawns. It appears as large, irregular shaped, straw colored patches. In the summer, this disease may infect Turf Type Tall Fescue and Ryegrass lawns, as...

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