Lawn disease comes in many forms and can plague your yard, rendering it unattractive and unhealthy. Learn here about how the most common diseases and how Green Lawn Fertilizing can help combat its effects and prevent future outbreaks.
There is nothing worse for your lawn than fungus. Nearly every single lawn disease is caused by fungus, and while there are many different types of fungi, it’s important to make sure you understand how to prevent, control, and eliminate fungal infections on your property.
As the fall colors begin to emerge in the leaves of trees, you may notice your lawn taking on a peculiar yellow-orange tinge. This, unfortunately, is not normal seasonal color change, but rather a fungal lawn disease that can be hard on your grass. Learn how to recognize rust disease when you encounter it and, better yet, how to prevent it from showing up on your lawn in the first place.
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As we are getting into the full swing of applying Round 1 treatments here at Green Lawn Fertilizing, we are seeing an abundance of Snow Mold on lawns throughout our service area. This is a fungus which is highly common in the beginning stages of the lawn care season as we try to exit the cold, harsh winter weather and head into the spring.
When the snow begins to melt in spring, some homeowners will be due for a nasty surprise—namely, that of snow mold. Snow mold is a fungal lawn disease that strikes in the wintertime and can cause noticeable damage to your lawn come spring. Learn how to recognize snow mold when you see it, the factors it is caused by, and what you can do to prevent it.
Spring is an important season for your lawn. It's a memorable time when the kids go on their first Easter egg hunt. It’s the time when buds bloom, grass revives itself and trees and shrubs start putting out brand new leaves. We recommend you make the following preparations beforehand to ensure that your lawn has a successful and productive spring.
As a lawn care fertilizing company, our state-certified technicians, service managers and even general management attempt to tackle every lawn disease as it's own individual case. Certain lawn diseases are more complex to diagnosis and treat, whereas others can easily be prevented with a Fungicide program or proper a proper lawn pH. Other factors that can lead to lawn disease are: excessive thatch, low soil fertility; compacted soils, heavy prolonged dews; uncontrolled infection from the previous lawn care year and of course the unpreventable, ever changing weather patterns.