Fungus

Why did I Get Fungus After I Fertilized?

The fertilizer did not cause the fungus. The fertilizer helps the pathogen in the soil thrive. Constant moisture (including humidity) promotes common summer lawn diseases including red thread, summer patch, bro...

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Snow Mold

​Snow mold occurs if a spore population is established. It may occur in the spring even if there has been little or no snow. It will manifest in early spring and if not treated with nitrogen, will kill the gras...

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Can I Apply Lawn Fungus Control with Other Products?

Lawn Fungus Control can be applied at the same time that you apply any turf products, including grass seed mixtures. Each application of Jonathan Green’s Lawn Fungus Control will provide effective turf disease ...

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Dog Vomit Fungus

Dog Vomit Fungus (and mushrooms in general) This is indicative of something rotting in the subsoil; perhaps a tree stump or a dead animal. Fully remove the mushroom and discard it. To manage mushrooms, aeration...

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Fungus

Fungus This is a warm season disease seen most often at temperatures of 80-85°F when humidity levels are very high. It spreads through mycelia, thus it will “jump” from spot to spot. Mycelia look like spider w...

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Red Thread

Red Thread Red Thread (note the light red hue to the damaged grass blades) is a cool season disease that is controlled by applying nitrogen. Green-Up is an excellent fertilizer to apply to Red Thread in the ear...

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