http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?t=116243 Last year I posted the above thread about fungus problems in my new dwarf tall fescue sod lawn that had been laid in May here in a N. Calif coastal town. Lots of cool (50-70 F) fog bound weather during the months May-Oct. I thought that I had diagnoised that problem as a Pythium fungus due to the grease spot look to the grass in Oct and die out, as well as the white, thick clustered spots of fungus on the grass during that time. Prior to Oct, I had noticed grass coming out nice and green and then the tips browning/orange and gradually dying off throughout the lawn. The result is a green/orange coloration to the grass throughout the lawn. This year, grass started coming back first of April very strong. Nice and green without any problems until early June. Then starting to notice some tips dying back. Just like last year. I did add fertilizer on May 23 and then on June 17 to maintain growth and color. Attached are photos of the backyard in current condition; a small fungus web on the lawn that I am now seeing at various locations around the lawn; and grass closeup. I have used every fungicide available for general fungus control as well as some for Pythium. I have noted that others with this same grass have the same issues. Maybe that is the way this grass grows, dies? Any ideas?