Brown Patch is a fungal disease that plagues lawns across Richmond, VA. The unsightly brown patches can be a source of frustration for homeowners who take pride in maintaining lush, healthy grass. Fortunately, Freedom Lawns is here to help. Our expert team of lawn care professionals can diagnose and treat Brown Patch, restoring your lawn to its former glory.
Understanding Brown Patch:
Brown Patch is a common fungal disease caused by the Rhizoctonia solani fungus. It thrives in warm and humid conditions, making Richmond, VA, a prime location for its growth. Symptoms include circular or irregular patches of brown or yellowish-brown grass blades with a dark, water-soaked appearance around the edges. White or gray fungal growth may also be present, particularly in the morning when dew is present.
At Freedom Lawns, we offer a range of treatment options to combat Brown Patch and promote a healthy lawn. Our lawn care professionals can diagnose the severity of the problem and recommend a customized treatment plan tailored to your lawn’s specific needs.
Our treatments include:
- Fungicide applications: Our team can apply fungicides specifically designed to combat Brown Patch, providing effective control of the disease. We use safe and environmentally friendly products, and our professionals will ensure proper application for maximum effectiveness.
- Cultural practices: In addition to fungicide applications, we also provide guidance on proper lawn care practices to prevent Brown Patch. These include regular mowing, proper watering, and adequate air circulation.
Don’t let Brown Patch rob you of a beautiful lawn. If you think your lawn is being affected by Brown Patch, contact us at Freedom Lawns for expert diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Brown Patch and other lawn diseases. Our team is committed to providing safe, effective, and affordable lawn care services, giving you peace of mind and a lawn to be proud of. Contact us today to learn more.
For more information about Brown Patch visit: NC State Extension Brown Patch