Large patch is a seasonal disease of warm-season grasses caused by the fungus Rhizoctonia solani. It typically occurs between November and May when daytime temperatures fall below 85 degrees. Symptoms begin as small, irregular, reddish-brown, brown, or straw-colored...
Sod webworms are cream to greenish-brown lawn caterpillars that feed on the leaves of all turf grasses and are most active in late summer and fall in Florida. These critters are the larvae of small brown moths that do not feed on grass or cause damage but may be seen...
It is the time of year again when chinch bugs become prevalent in St. Augustine grass. St. Augustine grass is the most commonly used turfgrass species in Florida and in 2007 was about 51% of the total sod acreage in the state (Source: University of Florida). The...
Mainscape is committed to maintaining your property at the highest level. Part of that commitment is proactive communication when challenges present themselves. We want to make you aware of a plant disease called Mosaic Disease caused by the Sugar Cane Mosaic Virus...
Mainscape is committed to maintaining your property at the highest level. Part of that commitment is proactive communication when challenges present themselves. We want to make you aware of the challenge we frequently encounter with crabgrass in St. Augustine grass,...
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- National Association of Landscape Professionals
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- North Carolina State University TurfFiles Center
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