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Medium_050320d8-f092-44f7-bb54-da121b5661b7 Experiencing patches of grass dying randomly in places

There are large and small patches of grass dying off. It nearly looks like someone has spilled something on these parts but don’t believe anyone has. Even after huge amounts of rain there is no new growth. We run off bore water. Please help

Submitted: 10:19AM, 25 Feb 2019
Answer: Hi Alison.

Thanks for your enquiry. Firstly, apologies for the delay in responding. We have been overwhelmed with a huge number of queries over recent weeks and we’re trying to answer everyone as soon as we can. We appreciate your patience.

It looks like your lawn has a disease called brown patch. It’s quite common during warm, humid weather. You can apply a fungicide called Yates Zaleton over the lawn, which will control common lawn diseases like brown patch.

Hope your lawn recovers.

Kind regards,
Angie

Category: Lawns
Tags: brown_patch, lawn
Answered: 05:01PM, 10 Apr 2019

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