1. Spring Dead Spot

    Spring Dead Spot is a prevalent disease in Bermuda grass; it can be very persistent and destructive. It is caused by harsh winters where Bermuda has been exposed to freezing temperatures for extended periods of time. It may also be observed in Zoysia grass, although less frequently. It especially occurs in turf with a heavy thatch layer or turf that is three to six years old. As the turf comes out…Read More

  2. Cultural Control for Disease Prevention

    There are many factors that come into play when it comes to your turf’s health. The most beneficial action you take is to ensure your lawn is being managed properly. Frequent mowing at the correct height is crucial to turf health. Not mowing often enough will result in stressed turf once it is cut, making it more susceptible to disease. High humidity with warm temperatures, which is expected in …Read More