Expert: Proper maintenance can protect grass from leaf spot disease

09/6/2011 | Lawn & Landscape magazine

Sound lawn care practices can prevent leaf spot disease from spreading, said Austin Hagan, an extension plant pathologist at Auburn University. The disease can affect warm- and cool-season grasses, and those afflicted tend to have yellowish leaves with a brown margin. "Then, if you get enough spots on the leaves, those diseased leaves will wither and die," Hagen said.

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