Destroy those brown spots
Do you have a beautiful lawn but can’t understand why it has been plagued with brown spots when heat and humidity are high? The solution to this problem would be our disease control program. We offer a proactive treatment program to help protect your lawn from fungus, like brown spot, from damaging your lawn.
Stop The Disease Before It Starts
When it comes to dealing with lawn diseases, the old saying holds true: “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” It’s easier to prevent lawn diseases than to cure them. Following these basic guidelines for a strong lawn will help you protect your lawn from fungal diseases.
1. Feed Your Lawn Regularly
Nutrient deficiencies can weaken grass plants, and that’s where our program can help. A nourished lawn is better able to fend off diseases. To make the whole feeding process simple, sign up for our disease program—you’ll get exactly what your lawn needs, right when it’s time to apply it, delivered to your doorstep.
2. If You Need To Water, Water Properly
Many diseases infect lawns when the grass blades are wet. To keep grass blades dry, water only if needed and water deeply so you can go longer between watering. Watering in the morning, 4-6 A.M., is best since the grass blades have plenty of time to dry during the day. Especially avoid watering late in the day or at night, since the grass blades will stay wet all night long, encouraging leaf diseases.
3. Mow Regularly, the
Taller the Better
Mowing too short weakens the grass plant, making it more susceptible to infection. Most grass types should be mowed using a high (4+ inches) mowing setting. Mow often enough so that no more than ⅓ the height of the grass blade is removed at one time.