Learn about common lawn diseases and how to overcome them.
Brown Patch is a relatively common disease whose causal agent is Rhizoctonia spp. and it can affect all turfgrass species during the summer months.
The causal agent for Crown Rust is the plant pathogen Puccinia coronata. and it affects both ryegrasses and Kentucky Bluegrass.
The causal agent for Dollar Spot is Sclerotinia homoeocarpa and all turf grass species can be affected.
The causal agent of this relatively common disease is fungi related to the Basidiomycete species.
The causal agent of fusarium is Microdochium nivale and most cool season grasses can be affected, particularly during periods of cool, humid weather in late autumn.
Leaf Spot on Ryegrass
The causal agent for Leaf Spot is Drechslera & Curvularia spp. and it can affect all turf-grass species.
The causal agent for Melting Out and Leafspot is a group of fungii that includes Drechslera spp & Curvularia spp.
Red Thread (Pink Patch)
The causal agent for red thread or pink patch is Laetisaria fuciformis and Limonomyces spp.
The causal agents for this disease include many Basidiomycete spp. It is generally seen in winter when cool and wet
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