Summer splendor in the grass is being replaced by a fungus among us for some gardeners.
I have seen some weird stuff out in the pastures this last week, likely due to the heat and rain. Mostly people like to blame dead patches in the lawn on grubs, but often fungal diseases are the culprit and the weather and our own maintenance habits contribute to the problem.
Despite the advice that fall is better than spring when it comes to fertilization, many people still do it which causes problems this time of the year.
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