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This disease is commonly found in cool season lawns. It is normally found in hot, humid conditions. Also, lawns that have lack of moisture, hot dry winds, low pH levels, and increased levels of thatch are suseptible to fusarium blight. Fusarium blight causes circular, light-green patches that range from 2-12 […]

Fusarium Blight


Grey snow mold is a fungal disease that appears in the spring after the snow has melted. It is caused from snow covering the lawn for long periods of time. Grey snow mold is normally identified by circular patches, anywhere for 3-12”, of dead grass. When snow mold is severe […]

Grey and Pink Snow Mold


Red Sorrel is a summer, perennial broadleaf weed. Red sorrel is also known as sheep sorrel. It is identified by its arrow or fish-shaped leaves with a velvety touch. At the base of the leaf where it meets the stem there are two lobes. It is normally found in areas […]

Red Sorrel Control



Common mallow is an annual broadleaf weed.  Leaves are round or heart-shaped with several shallow lobes that range from one to three inches wide. Common mallow is sometimes confused with ground ivy. Common mallow leaves attach to the stem at the back of the leaf and ground ivy attaches at […]

Common Mallow Control


Ground ivy is a winter perennial. It is also known as creeping Charlie. It was formerly used as a medicinal herb but is now considered a lawn weed. Ground ivy is found in moist, shady areas. If ground ivy is growing in the shade leaves are more than likely deep […]

Ground Ivy Control


Curly Dock is a perennial weed. Young curly dock plants are slightly wavy with purple spots. Mature curly dock is normally a reddish purple color and extremely wavy. Stems of curly dock can range from 1- 4 feet tall and leaves can reach 6-12 inches. It is normally found in […]

Curly Dock Control



Goosegrass is a warm season annual. It is often mistaken for crabgrass. Another name for it is silver crabgrass or wiregrass. A great way to identify goosegrass is to roll the leaves between your fingers. Goosegrass is folded in the bud while crabgrass is rolled. Therefore, goosegrass will not roll […]

Goose Grass Control


Buckhorn Plantain is a cool season perennial with narrow leaves that form a rosette. The leaves are normally 3-10 inches long and 1 inch wide and have a bit of a curl or twist to them. This weed is normally found June- September. Buckhorn Plantain spreads by seeds. Normally it […]

Buckhorn Plantain Control


Yellow Nutsedge is a warm season perennial weed that is found in poorly drained soils. It is a light yellow-green upright weed with leaves that can reach up to three feet tall and ½ inch wide. Yellow nutsedge can tolerate moist soils. Also, once established it can tolerate dry soils […]

Yellow Nutsedge Control