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Old 07-24-2013, 03:01 PM
macgyver_GA macgyver_GA is offline
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Originally Posted by Skipster View Post
Your injury description and weather description certainly sound like leaf spot. If you're not managing a high-end surace that's going to be on high-def TV in the next week or so, fungicides are going to cost you more than what you'll get out of them. Back down on the N fert and look for ways to improve drainage in super wet areas. If its just raining too much, that's something you'll just have to deal with.

You'll grow out of this damage when the rain backs down and the sun starts hining again.

That's what I was thinking. We've had more rain this year than 2011 & 2012 combined. Not to mention it's been cloudy and we haven't had many days in the 90's yet which we generally start hitting the low 90's by early July. Just wanna make sure it won't cause long term affects. The area I noticed the most symptoms is actually pretty well drained.
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