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John Fulton
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In The Backyard

Horticulture columns and tips done on a timely basis

Brown Patches in Lawns

Posted by John Fulton -

Many lawns have brown spots or patches. In most cases these are a warm season perennial grass such as nimblewill. There is no selective control for these grasses, meaning glyphosate (Roundup). These spots green up slowly and brown out early. The best plan is to spray them in late July when they are growing, then put down new seed in mid-August.

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