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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by treegal1, Jul 24, 2008.
I am hopeing some one here knows what this is ???
Sorry, I sneezed!
Slime mold maybe? (its on page 2) Did you treat with a high bacteria CT recently? (food for the mold)
slime mold probably, any more anywhere else?
just one spot and that's it, this yard has had no treatments for a while, until today!!!!!
It looks like piloderma, you normally find it on tree bark mulch. I have never seen it on a grass leaf before
Is that St. Agustine grass? Have there been unusual weather conditions? What about the neighbors yards? Do they have the same varieties of turf?
St Augustine is about all that will grow in that part of the world, near the ocean, salt, heat that will tear your skin off and often as not high humidity
Or as they like to call it EDEN
IF you dont belive me just google EDEN FL thats us......
TG, does the piloderma ID hold up?