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Brown patch is a type of lawn disease that only affects the foliage of the grass and not the crown or roots of the grass. It’s caused by a type of fungus and usually sets in once grass has been wet for long periods of time and gets mowed too short. The first sign of this fungus is a purply-
Dollar spot is also caused by a fungus. This fungus affects the leaves of the grass, but doesn’t damage the rest of the plant. It is most commonly found on closely mowed lawns and can often be seen on fine textured grass where it looks like round, brown and somewhat sunken spots on the lawn, approximately the size of a large coin. In coarse textured grasses that get mowed a bit longer, the dead spots will be a bit bigger. These spots are also often seen in clusters. On the leaf blades, it looks like light, tan coloured lesions with a reddish-
A fairy ring is a naturally occurring ring or arc of mushrooms. The rings can grow to over 10m in diameter as they become stable over time, with the fungus seeking food underground to make it grow. The most common sign is the circular row of mushrooms that grow on your lawn, with a circular dead patch of grass around the edges of the circle.
Pythium Blight is also called ‘cottony blight’ or ‘grease spot’. All warm and cool season grasses are susceptible to attack. The occurance of Pythium Blight is most common during hot, humid conditions and where there is limited air circulation. Poorly drained soil is also beneficial to the development of this disease. Look out for small spots or patches of blighted grass that suddenly appear during warm and wet periods. In the early stages of the disease, the leaves of the grass will appear water-
Rust looks like an orange or yellowy-
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