I live in the coastal section of N. California, which has mild summer temps of 50F-70F. High humidity along the coast with overcast conditions. Had a local install some imported dwarf tall fescue sod from a farm inland May 3. Looked fine for about one month....watered daily for 3 weeks. Instructions were to fertilize monthly after established. Mid June applied Scotts Super Turf Builder as I was noticing an increase in leaves showing orange/brown tips and overall reduction in dark green color. Took some leaves to the local Dept of Ag. and check under microscope....fungus. Applied granular Bayer Advanced Fungus Control and sprayed with Immunox fungicide on June 20. Noticed other installs of same grass looking the same as mine. Started a weekly spraying of Daconil (Chlorthylonil). Continued to see leaves with orange/brown tips/spots....seemed to be getting worse. Was watering three times weekly/20 minutes each section. Cutting lawn at about 2.5 inches. July 26 spread more Bayer fungicide. I continued with the Daconil weekly, but with continued fungus apparently showing destruction. I have now starting in early August, cut the watering to twice weekly and discontinued the Daconil temporarily($$$ - $15/week I would say after three months from the time of install, my new sod lawn is about 25% dead grass intermixed with green grass and another 25% is orange tipped with fungus infection. I am lost as to what else to do? I have spent alot on fungicides and the local installer does not know what to do as his other installs have similar problems. The problem is uniformily spread throughout the 2000 sqft lawn. Anyone else in a similar situation(this is not a high temp/humidity fungus...more a cool temp/humdity problem. I have no other fungicides available to try on this. I cut the grass twice a week with a new Honda HRX. Looks great...nice crewcut type look, but tooooo much brown/orange dead/infected grass. Thanks, Bob Sorry no digital camera so no photos.