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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by Cory r, Apr 19, 2017.
Wait, you don't plan to plant seed after you put the crabgrass preventer down do you?
Exactly. Do not put down pre-emergent for crabgrass if you are planning to seed.
If you seed, take a blower and go around all those rocks and try to blow and seed back out onto the lawn. Good luck.
I am not sure it is snowmold. In fact--if you look carefully--you can see that along the sidewalk-- it is probably salt damage. Did it snow a lot last winter? Did you pile big piles of snow plus salt in the center of the yard? A few heavy rains wash the salt away.
Perennial ryegrass can be damaged by snowmold--but it is quick to take hold in an overseed situation.Get a high-quality, disease-resistant perennial rye.
I suggest one of the professional Landscape mixes from Lacrosse Seed. "Choice" for instance.
You need professional help. A small owner-operated lawn company will be able to give you a positive diagnosis. Snowmold, crabgrass, foreign or southern grass type, bentgrass or a type of grass that greens up slowly.
Grubs? Fungus from last year?