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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by The landscaper, May 17, 2006.
Whats wrong here
Looks like Red-thread.
whats read thread?
damm aliens again.
Some Common Lawn Disease Scenarios
Low Fertility, Moisture, Turf Vigor
Dollar Spot Small Blighted Areas
Hourglass Lesion Girdles Blade
Colored Band on Lesion Edge
Red Thread Pink to Red Masses on Leaf Blades
Threadlike Appendages from Leaf Tips
Rust Orange Pustules on Leaf Blades
Orange Powder from Affected Grass
Hope this helps...
how can i get rid of this?
this lawn is regurlary fertilized by another company.
If it's red thread it can be treated with a fungicide but it's easier to give the lawn a dose of high nitrogen fertilizer and they usually recover on their own once temps increase and humidity decreases
Pluck an infected blade. If it is Red Thread it will have what looks like a little red thread growing up it. If that is what it is, I would say that the pH is off. That would explain why the fertilizer isn't working.
I will tell the guy to do that when he is mowing today. He should be there shortly.