Turf Disease Control in North Royalton
Turf grass experiences a lot of changes throughout the year. During the wet warm spring, the grass grows very quickly. Your mowing frequency should increase to keep up with the faster grass growth. Cutting the grass too short, cutting off too much at one time, and not keeping mower blades sharp all create stress. North Royalton Turf grass diseases or funguses are brought about by the perfect storm of three things: lack of maintenance, improper irrigation, and climate. Lawn diseases and insect disturbances can look very similar. Be sure to consult with a specialist before treating your turf’s surface.
The most common turf disease in North Royalton is Snow Mold. Snow mold appears on grass after winter in the form of white patches in the lawn. It is caused by excessive moisture or snow, cold temperatures, and long turf grass. Snow mold can be prevented by simply mowing the lawn short in the fall, in preparation for accumulating snow. Call us to schedule your snow mold cure.