How to identify snow mold in your Grand Rapids lawn?

How to identify snow mold in your Grand Rapids lawn?

AAA Lawn Care technicians are seeing some lawns with signs of snow mold.  Snow mold diseases are caused by cold-tolerant fungi that grow at near freezing temperatures.  Wet, heavy snow on top of unfrozen ground provides good conditions for snow mold development.  It...
Invasion Of Snow Mold

Invasion Of Snow Mold

We have been seeing lots of snow mold on lawns this year now that the snow cover has finally melted. Snow mold is a common turfgrass disease seen in the Grand Rapids, Holland, Grand Haven & Muskegon areas during the Spring after the snow cover melts.  Snow mold is...
Necrotic Ring Spot (NRS)

Necrotic Ring Spot (NRS)

NRS is a nasty turf disease and it is difficult to eliminate from your lawn. NRS is a patch disease caused by a fungus that infects the roots of Kentucky bluegrass. It is most active during the Spring and Fall when temperatures are cool and soil moisture is high. A...