Source: AgriLife Today
Homeowners have been pouring calls into Chad Gulley’s office reporting lawns are thinning, showing brown spots and showing other signs of pests and diseases.
“It could be anything from drought to gray leaf spot, large patch or armyworms, or it could be something simpler such as too much shade. The first step is making an accurate diagnosis,” said Dr. Casey Reynolds, AgriLife Extension turfgrass specialist, College Station.
Making an accurate diagnosis requires identifying what type of grass is in the yard.
Reynolds said insect activity should be reducing, though fall armyworms continue to be a nuisance around the state.
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