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Monthly News

May 2019 News From Fairway Green

Winter Injury and Damage on Warm Season Turf North Carolina is now seeing confirmed cases of winter injury/damage on all warm season turf types. As warm season turf starts to actively grow we can see the extent of damage on Bermuda, Zoysia, Centipede and St. Augustine. However, once again, Centipede has received the heaviest damage…. Read more »

Brown Patch Fungus (Disease) Season!

Brown patch fungus activates in late April/early May and will continue to around September every year.  However, it is not uncommon to see fescue turf disease into October and November if conditions are still favorable. It is always better to control turf and ornamental diseases preventively vs. curatively (after the disease has started).   Brown… Read more »

April 2019 News From Fairway Green

Winter Injury on Warm Season Turf At the time of this writing, we have not seen many lawns with signs of potential winter injury on warm season turf. However, damage may have occurred on some warm season turf from late frost and cold temperatures. Centipede is the coldest intolerant of all warm season turf and… Read more »

March 2019 News From Fairway Green

Moss: Invading Lawns Around You Moss continues to be a major topic of discussion with property owners.  This is contributed to the above normal rainfall for the past two years along with other site conditions conducive for moss development.  Mosses generally do not kill grass, however, it will take over areas in the lawn where… Read more »

February 2019 News from Fairway Green

Pre-Emergent Crabgrass Control Crabgrass will usually start to germinate in late March or early April throughout the Transitional Zone. Germination will occur when soil temperatures are about 53 degrees and 3 to 4 inches deep. Crabgrass germination will be seen first in bare spots with little desirable turf and in full sun. The first application… Read more »