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Tuesday 6 December 2022

Lawn Care: Questions & Answers

Q. We have small, dead patches of grass with a whitish, fluffy ring on the outer edges and they seem to be joining up. What is this?

A. Most likely this is Fusarium patch, also known as snow mould, caused by the fungus Michrodochium nivale. It can be treated with a suitable chemical such as iron sulphate. 

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