The good news is that the turf can recover from brown patch. You might have to wait until the active growing season to see an improvement in appearance. While a fungicide application can help prevent spread to other areas, spots that have rotted will need to be removed by hand.
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What is the best fungicide for brown patch?
Headway® fungicide is an excellent choice for preventive control of brown patch. Headway contains active ingredients azoxystrobin and propiconazole that deliver broad-spectrum control of brown patch, as well as all major soil-borne pathogens. For more information, visit www.headway.com.
Will lawn fungus go away on its own?
The fungus will not go away on its own. You have to treat it and prevent it from coming back in the future. If fungus is left untreated it will spread, destroying the hard work you have put into your garden.
How long does it take brown patch to go away?
The conditions for brown patch can last several months, but the effectiveness of most fungicides is less than 28 days. You might have to apply for more than one application during the summer. Before using any pest control product, be sure to read and follow the directions on the label.
How fast does brown patch spread?
The progression of brown patch is rapid. Large areas of blight may develop within 48 hours. The crown of the plant will be killed by the fungus with disease progression. It may take up to a year or more for turf to recover in some cases.
What do you treat brown patch with?
Improving air circulation in the lawn can cure many brown patch cases. To aerate and dethatch the grass is the best way to do this. Brown patches can also be caused by a number of other factors, such as excessive watering, excessive fertilization, and improper drainage. If you suspect that your lawn is suffering from brown patches, contact your local lawn care professional.