Rain + Summer Heat = The Perfect Combination for Fungus & Disease.
Are you seeing patches of discoloration pop up on your lawn? These could be fungus or disease trying to attack your lawn. Give us a call as soon as you see these patches! The earlier these patches are addressed and treated, the better chance you have of saving your turf.
How do you spot these patches? If you are looking at your yard look for any sort of irregularity. Look for areas that are brown, darker than normal or seem to be lower than your other turf. These patches can come on FAST. You may have just seen a perfectly green yard two days before and then all of a sudden today you have patches popping up. Don’t wait before calling for help. The longer the fungus or disease is able to spread, the more damage that will be done. Fungicide needs to be applied as soon as possible to stop the spread.
If you notice any irregularity at all, send us an email or give us a call so that we can get your yard back to it’s former glory!
By: Hannah Raines
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