Brown Spots on Your Lawn

by Alec McClennan, on August 26, 2015

Do You Have Brown Spots on Your Lawn? Your Yard May Have Brown Patch Fungus Disease!

Brown spots in your grass are unsightly and very discouraging to proud yard owners. Believe it or not, this phenomenon is not normally from dried-out grass that you forgot to water. Indeed, the culprit you’re most likely encountering is Brown Patch fungus, a lawn disease that can start for several reasons and tends to be prolific in the hot, humid months of summertime. The resulting irregular brown patches all over your lawn make it look like your yard is dying, when in fact most lawns recover completely when fall returns with cooler weather.

Brown patch fungus disease

A fungal organism is the culprit behind Brown Patch disease.

Brown patch fungus rotting

An illustration of what Brown Patch fungus does to grass blades.

Heavy Thatch

Improper watering, heavy thatch and poor grasses can all allow Brown Patch disease to thrive on your lawn.

Brown Spots on Grass

Remember, most often your brown spots in grasses are not due to under-watering but instead to the Brown Patch fungus!

Contact Good Nature organic lawn care at the location nearest you to get help with brown spots on your lawn. We’re here for you and we want you to keep on the grass!

 

Topics:Organic Lawn CareLawn Grasses & SeedingLawn Diseases

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