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05/02/11 06:10 PM

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Receive one free Fertilizer and Weed control application on your next service when you refer a neighbor or a friend to Guaranteed Turf Care and they sign up for our Nature Green or Weekender Mowing program.

It’s easy to identify and treat dollar spot fungus in your lawn. Dollar spot is a disease of turfgrass that gets its name from the straw-colored, silver dollar-sized spots that appear on golf greens.

Grennbugs are aphids that have become pests of Kentucky bluegrass turf in several Midwestern states, including the Twin Cities. They require control. A greenbug is a light green aphid, about 1/10 inch long. It has a narrow, dark green stripe down the back and black-tipped legs, antennae and cornicles. There are both winged and wingless forms. 

Powdery mildew is a fungal, foliar disease of Kentucky bluegrass and some fescues. The disease is rarely responsible for any lasting damage to turf, so its effects are primarily cosmetic. Outbreaks can occur in golf course roughs, athletic fields, professional landscapes, and residential lawns. The fungus that causes this disease is Blumeria graminis and overwinters either in dormant turf, or as specialized survival structures (cleistothecia) in turfgrass leaf litter. 

Rust is a fungal disease caused by about a dozen species of the fungus Puccinia. It is a common disease of taller, mown turf. Rust disease occurs almost exclusively on Kentucky bluegrass and perennial ryegrass. Rust is largely cosmetic but the yellow to orange spores that dislodge easily from leaf surfaces can be a greater nuisance covering shoes, pets, and lawnmowers with a rusty residue. Rust can severely damage new spring-seeded lawns that lose vigor during heat and drought conditions.

Snow molds are fungal diseases that flourish under snow, especially when the ground is not thoroughly frozen before the first snow and when snow cover is present for extended periods. Snow molds are named for the webby material or mycelium that grows over circular patches of matted grass.

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