Kollegiate Lawn Care

SPRING IS HERE!

It looks like spring is finally here!   Most of the snow is gone and we are starting to see what shape the lawns are in.   I for one am happy to put winter behind me.

 

If the snow melts in your yard but the grass is still covered in patches of white, you may have snow mold. 

 

Snow mold is a type of fungus and a turf disease that is found on the  grass after snow melts.  While its damage may appear widespread, it typically does little damage to the grass itself, only to the blades.

 

To effectively remove snow mold, gently rake the area to loosen up any matted snow mold grass so the sun and air can dry it out more quickly.

 

Active lawn care such as regular mowing and raking of leaves is typically sufficient to prevent snow Mold.

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