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Headway® fungicide combines the power of the two active ingredients, found in Heritage™ and Banner Maxx® II fungicides, to deliver broad-spectrum disease control against dollar spot, brown patch, and other major turf diseases.
Spring dead spot is the most destructive disease of bermudagrass turf. As the name implies, symptoms of this disease appear in the spring when bermudagrass resumes growth from winter dormancy. Spots, patches, and rings of bermudagrass appear to remain dormant, but in actuality are completely dead, killed by the Ophiosphaerella pathogen during winter dormancy. Read more »
Taking preventive measures to protect your golf course from pink and gray snow mold can pay big dividends next spring. Snow mold can cause substantial damage to greens, tees and fairways and may interfere with play. Read more »
In the Southern and Midwestern United States, periods of cool, wet weather in late summer and fall can prompt large patch outbreaks on warm-season grasses. Zoysiagrass, centipedegrass and St. Augustinegrass are particularly susceptible to this disease, but bermudagrass can be affected as well. Read more »
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Use this chart to help choose the right fungicide for optimal control.
Use this guide to help identify common diseases found in lawns.
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