I have a centipede lawn in South, Coastal Mississippi. I've been fighting/managing fungal infections on this lawn for the last couple of years. I believe it's large patch disease but was not able to get a definitive diagnosis. The county extension agent that has examined the yard said it's a fungal infection as did a yard service man that was here for a sprinkler problem. In any case, I'm rotating fungicides (Bayleton, chlorothalanil and propiconazole) on a regular basis and seeing some good results. The unaffected areas are doing quite well and the affected areas are no longer spreading. The reseeding I've done in the affected areas are starting to grow and look healthy. What I'm wondering is does anyone have recommendations to help spur the growth in the affected areas? Although I believe I have the fungus under control, the affected turf has very slow growth, dries out very quickly (root damage) and just isn't bouncing back well.