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Old 05-09-2014, 08:15 AM
LawnsharkMB LawnsharkMB is offline
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Originally Posted by Jcl4slc View Post
He stated that they are in spots that hold water. The customer fertilized .The south has had a ton of rain . It has every characteristic of Pythium. Rain or not the oospores are still in soil unless treated. Nitrogen exploded it. Nymphs have not started feeding yet. There is no way for that much damage in early May. Treat it for pythium.
You're right we have had a ton of rain but it's been dry the past couple weeks. Usually when I see this yellowing after a heavy rain it goes away once it's dry for a while but these spots have not.
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