Florida Turf Disease Control & Prevention

Brown Patch Fungus

Brown patch fungus is a disease caused by a species of Rhizoctonia fungus and mostly occurs in St Augustine, Bermuda, Bahia, and Centipede grass. Brown patch fungus typically begins in a small area of the lawn, but can spread quickly. Read More »

Grey Leaf Spot Disease

Grey leaf spot disease is caused by the fungus Pyricularia Grisesa and mainly affects St. Augustine grass during warm humid weather. Infected leaves form olive green to brown water soaked dots. Read More »

Fairy Ring Fungus

Fairy ring fungus appears as rings of dark green or dead grass. It is fungus that grows underground long the root system of the grass and grows mushrooms or toadstools along the outer perimeter edge. Read More »