Is your grass dying, but you don’t know why? Use our lawn disease identification information to figure out what’s wrong with your lawn.
Identification is the first step towards healing your diseased grass. Use our convenient yard disease identification guide to find our what’s wrong with your lawn.
Appearing in irregular or circular shapes of yellowish colors, summer patch is found in lawns that have areas of hot, compacted soil, poor drainage or are mowed too low. Learn more about summer patch and how this lawn disease can prohibit lawn growth.
With a distinct ring shape of dark green or brown color, Fairy Ring can affect all species of turfgrass depending on how well it’s mowed, watered and taken care of. Learn about Fairy Rings and how the fungi can prevent your lawn from getting the nutrients it needs.
Appearing with white mycelium, turf infected with powdery mildew can start out yellow and end up brown, eventually thinning or dying. Learn more about powdery mildew and how it can show up in your beautiful lawn.
Creating dark greasy spots in your lawn, this lawn disease can also cause white fluff to appear in infected areas. Learn more about Pythium blight and how it can damage your beautiful turf as heat persists.
Bringing brown, dead spots to your healthy lawn, this fungal lawn disease is causing your grass leaves to thin and wilt. Learn more about brown patch and how it can ruin your turfgrass in humid temperatures.
Gray Snow Mold
Appearing only after the snow has melted, this lawn fungus can create white, spotty areas in your lawn before spring settles in. Learn more about Gray Snow Mold and how it can stick around after long periods of snow coverage.
Quickly spreading throughout your turfgrass, this fungus may not kill your lawn, but it can assist other diseases and insects to infect it. Learn more about red thread and how it’s unsightly appearance can cause more damage than you think.
Causing yellow flecks to appear on leaf blades, this disease can thin grass and make it more prone to other problems and diseases. Learn more about how to identify rust diseases and save your lawn from more damage.