Fusarium

Fusarium

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Are you worried Fusarium is ruining your lawn?

 

If you are seeing yellow patches in your lawn it is most likely suffering from the Lawn disease Fusarium. Over a short period of time small patches in your lawn will grow in size and merge together. They will change to a darker brown colour and spoil the health and look of your lawn.

A healthy lawn is much better prepared to fight off infection. If your lawn is deficient in nutrients it will cause your grass plants to become weak and vulnerable.

We can visit your lawn and inspect your lawn’s condition and advise you on what needs to be done to get your lawn looking lush green and healthy again. We can also advise on what preventative treatments can be applied to protect your lawn from future lawn disease infections.

Fusarium patch is a common fungal disease that attacks your lawns. This fungus (Monographella nivalis) is one of the most damaging soil based lawn diseases, often an issue on lawns throughout Autumn and the colder Winter months. The fungus requires surface moisture to infect the plant and soils that have a particular Alkaline PH level are more susceptible to Fusarium.

Fusarium can go undetected for several weeks, but once the conditions are right for the fungus to infect your lawn, it will spread very quickly. A lawn that looks green and healthy one minute can soon have the noticeable effects of Fusarium in as little as 24 hours.

If you suspect that your lawn is infected with Fusarium why not take advantage of the FREE Lawnscience Edinburgh lawn review service. One of our fully trained lawn care professionals will be happy to arrange a free lawn review with you, during which they will identify the issue(s) and provide you with a fully costed solution for you to consider. To take advantage of this opportunity just contact us.

 

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