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  • Type of Fungis

    Hey,
    I am trying to figure out what type of fungis is occuring on this piece of property. The area is a small, about 1,900 sq ft. During early fall it starts with three good size circles, that start to brown out. It continues into late spring. I have tried heavy raking in the spring, fertilizing four-five times in a season,also appling aluminum sulfate because there tends to be a certain type of weed that grows there, re-seeding. This year I am going to try aerating, maybe throwing compost/topsoil mix. I believe it is a fungis problem but I am not positive. Any thoughts?

  • #2
    Try these

    http://www.ehow.com/how_2098610_identify-lawn-fungus.html
    http://www.servicemagic.com/article.show.Lawn-Fungus.15543.html
    http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/lawn-care/grass-fungus.htm
    http://www.onlinetips.org/lawn-fungal-growth
    I had one lawn with about 4' circles on it. I mixed ordinary baking soda (1 box to 1 gallon warm water) with water and treated the area twice. It worked.
    Steve


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    • #3
      Thank you, I will try that.

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      • #4
        It could be a necrotic ring spot, which is caused by excessive fertilization.

        Depending on the size, it could be the dollar spot disease, it appears on turf that is nutritional deficient & usually if you cut the lawn shorter than the norm.

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        • #5
          You should take a picture of it to show us.
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