Brown Spots on Lawn – Lawn Fungus and Grubs
Doc finds brown spots on his back lawn and starts the process to ID them and treat them. This is the last chance to treat grubs if you have them, but lawn fungus starts to appear when lawns are wet and temps are in the 70s and 80s.
Lawn Brown Spots Video
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Lawn Fungus Spray Doc Uses
Granular Lawn Fungus Treatment
Double Kill for Grubs
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Killing Grubs and Army Worms with the Double Kill Doucide
Preventative products should be used in the late summer. Killing products work best in the spring. The product below can be applied anytime of the year to kill grubs.
GreenShocker Fast Acting Granular
GreenShocker is a granular, all fast release, fertilizer supplement.
PGF Balance 10-10-10
A professional grade 10-10-10 with tiny particles, micro nutrients, and iron.
PGF Complete 16-4-8 Lawn Fertilizer
This is the main fertilizer for ALL lawns during the growing season. Warm season and cool season lawns.
Should be applied to ALL LAWNS and can be applied as heavy and as often as you like. It contains NOTHING that can hurt your lawn and is 50/50 mix of biochar and humic acid.
New Dirt Booster Plus for Lawn and Gardens
Add organic matter, microbes, and good fungus to make your lawn and garden thrive. All new formula for 2022.
Granular Pre-Emergent in DG Particles
PGF Complete website to pick the right fertilizer.
Super Juice Lawn Supplement and Bio-Stimulant
Lawn Hose End Spray Bottles
WARNING: Use only the 20:1 ratio bottles and do not pay more than $19 for TWO bottles. When out of stock, others will charge up to $40 if out of stock. Simply wait until they come back in stock from Andersons.
Large Spreader Used – Top Pick for 2021
Probably one of the best VALUES for a large spreader with huge 13 inch wheels.
Best VALUE in Reel Mowers
Lawn care tips and Bermuda lawn care.
How to kill Johnson grass
I have small brown spots on my putting green. I believe this is some kind of fungus (dollar spots). What can I treat it with and not damage the bentgrass?