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Lawn and Garden » Turf

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  • EP159
    EP159
    Pythium Blight of Turfgrass

    Pythium blight, or cottony blight, is a destructive turfgrass disease. Perennial ryegrass and tee- or fairway-height creeping bentgrass are common hosts. Tall fescue also can be infected.

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  • EP155
    EP155
    Fairy Rings in Turfgrass

    Fairy rings are caused by fungi, including mushrooms and puffballs. Fairy rings in taller-cut turf usually do not cause severe damage. Mushrooms can be removed by mowing or raking.

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  • EP146
    EP146
    Commercial Management of Brown Patch of Cool season Turfgrasses

    Brown patch is a disease caused by the fungus Rhizoctonia solani. Tall fescue is particularly susceptible, but brown patch also occurs on perennial ryegrass and creeping bentgrass.

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  • EP147
    EP147
    Anthracnose of Bentgrass and Annual Bluegrass Putting Greens

    The fungus may occur throughout the growing season but is most common in the heat of summer. From a distance, affected turf appears unhealthy and has a yellow or bronze cast.

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  • MF2803
    MF2803
    Watering Established Lawns

    Tall fescue or bluegrass lawns must be watered regularly to keep them green. Buffalograss is the most drought-tolerant grass. Bermudagrass and zoysiagrass need less water.

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