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- Coastal Bend Garden Calendar: 11.09.13
Cooler temps and plentiful rainfall make perfect conditions for fungal growth in lawns. In St. Augustine, the main problem is take-all root rot. This time of year, grass dieback is caused by too much water and lack of oxygen resulting in the entire stolon quickly dying. Raking the dead grass blades is the quickest and least expensive way to begin controlling a fungal problem. Sanitize your rake ...
Nov. 9, 2013 - Corpus Christi Caller-Times