OK, I know about 90% of you guys have cooler type grasses such as KGB and fescue but this is Bermuda I need some advice on. My maintenance company brought me out to one of their customers that the old company they reffered their customers to has been screwing with. In their lawn in an area is a section that is thinner and has a "burnt" looking section to it. She asked me to take a look at it, she said the other guys said that she needed to start catching her clippings and other than that there was nothing else they could do. These guys aren't organic, and the customer is willing to pay what is needed to have a good looking lawn. I am thinking, and hoping, but really am convinced that it is just stress from not being watered and the heat pounding it. It has been getting close to 100 degrees here lately with little rain. And we can't run our sprinklers, well my county can, but this guy can't. I told her for now to hold off before I go pouring chems on it and costing the customer money. It doesn't look like anything, and I did my research, that can be transferred by her not catching her grass. Anyways, if it was just running her mower threw it would transfer the disease. What do you think? I have a feeling Bill's NPP would be handy if it turns out to be brown patch or something similar. I gave an estimate, and got it, to another customer that I was able to give to my maintenance company as well and two of her neighbors had the same type of symptoms. If anything it may be brown patch or something similar, but I have seen brown patch and this isn't anything similar. They MAY have some dollar spot but I have a feeling they had a tank of Round up they set down and picked back up again where they shouldn't have. The next day I saw Browngreen with a handheld sprayer that was a PERFECT match to the spots I was seeing. OH, by the way, this company charged them to kill their weeds. They didn't spray the grassy weeds. Said that was an additional charge. This is going to be about a $160/treatment customer who from what I have been told is going to be a GREAT customer with no problems and they are just going to let them go because they are penny pinching them to death. Plus, from what I have been described about their response and from what I have seen I wander if they really know what they are doing, or care, in the first place. I love these companies that treat their customers like crap. They are my biggest supplier of new customers.