Posts Tagged ‘gray snow mold’

Many are wondering what sort of impact so much snow will have on the average lawn come spring.  Generally, a decent snow cover protects your lawn from the drying winds and low temperatures common to winter weather.  However, if that same snow becomes compacted by use such as walking or driving; the...Read More
An autumn lawn in Vermont
While snow mold disease may be annoying, it can also kill turf dead under the right conditions.  Snow mold prevention usually means hardening your grass off in the fall with the proper lawn products like potassium, compost tea and high calcium lime.  Mowing short helps reduce matting and can help minimize...Read More

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