Posts Tagged ‘lawn disease’

Pink Snow Mold

With the recent cold, wet spring we have had in VT and NH, pink snow mold has become very noticeable in lawns. Pink snow mold appears as small, pink patches of lightly matted turf - especially in wet areas or susceptible grasses like rye or tall fescue. Upon closer inspection, the grass blades often...Read More

Red Thread Disease

Nothing can spoil the fine view of a healthy lawn than an abrupt case of red thread. Appearing from spring until fall and typically confined to humid or wet weather, red thread can pop up in a short period of time with a characteristic fist-sized patch of pink emanating out of the ends of the grass blades....Read More
July is a month where your home lawn can be easily neglected due to many New Englanders seeking out the beach or mountain lakes on summer vacation.  There is a short checklist that can prevent some issues and provide peace of mind while you are away enjoying those early morning beach walks. Before...Read More
Most lawn diseases are fungal in nature, appearing from early spring to late fall, manifesting from minor discoloration to swift turf death, such as in brown patch disease. Turf diseases are very difficult to diagnose in a home lawn due in part to the complex nature of the appearance as it relates...Read More
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