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Some common lawn diseases are listed below - there are more! If you are concerned about your lawn always contact us and we will recommend a suitable curative treatment.
Red Thread: Grass leaves turn pale and develop a pink threadlike tinge. Favourable conditions: Very common on underfertilised lawns, Mild conditions, high humidity, misty weather.
Rust: Orange coloured spores appear on the grass leaves. Favourable conditions: Mild dry weather and poor growth conditions.
Stripe Smut: Grass becomes stunted and long black stripes develop on the leaves. Favourable conditions: Cool damp weather.
Summer Patch: The grass turns light green in round patches of up to 60cm wide which turn red/brown. There can be a patch of green grass in the centre which makes the patch look like a fairy ring. Favourable conditions: Warm humid weather and drought stressed grass.
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