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yOUR –Lawn– KNOW IT !
A lawn is an area of soil-covered land planted with grasses and other durable plants such as clover which are maintained at a short height with a lawnmower and used for aesthetic and recreational purposes—it is also commonly referred to as part of a garden.
Lawn Diseases 101
- Brown Patch. Grasses typically affected: tall …
- Red Thread. Grasses typically affected: …
- Rust Diseases. Grasses typically affected: zoysia, …
- Snow Mold. Grasses typically affected: …
Lawns are usually composed only of grass species, subject to weed and pest control, maintained in a green color, and are regularly mowed to ensure an acceptable length. Lawns are used around houses, apartments, commercial buildings and offices. Many city parks also have large lawn areas. In recreational contexts, the specialized names turf, pitch, field or green may be used, depending on the sport and the continent.
A few caterpillars won’t do much damage, but in large enough numbers, they can cause serious problems. Test for the presence of caterpillars by performing a drench test. ..
- Grub worms White grubs feed on grass roots and cause brown patches of grass. …
- Chinch bugs Chinch bugs vary in appearance, depending on the species and their life stage. …
Common Lawn Pests Treating lawn pests is difficult if you aren’t sure what kind of pest you have. Caterpillars, such as armyworms, cutworms and lawn moth insects, are often found in lawns. You may also find white grubs or chinch bugs in the lawn. Here are some tips to help you identify and treat these pests.
White grubs feed on grass roots and cause brown patches of grass. Dog urine, uneven watering and improper use of pesticides and herbicides cause similar brown patches, so dig around the roots of the grass and count the number of grubs you find in one square foot. An easy way to do this is to remove a square foot (.09 m.) of sod with a flat shovel. If you find more than six grubs in a square foot (.09 m.), you should treat the lawn for grubs. Garden centers carry many different treatments for lawn grubs. Choose the least toxic treatment you can find, and carefully follow the instructions regarding timing and applications.
Chinch bugs vary in appearance, depending on the species and their life stage. Yellow patches that are two to three feet (.6 to .9 m.) in diameter may indicate the presence of chinch bugs. Lawns under attack by chinch bugs are easily stressed by drought, and the whole lawn may discolor if not watered regularly.
About Tall Fescue Weeds Tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) was introduced to North America by European settlers who planted it to provide hardy, nutritious forage for livestock. Since the plant remains green even in dry conditions, it was widely planted in the 1990’s to replace thirsty Kentucky bluegrass in drought-ravaged regions.
Tall fescue weeds are opportunistic, popping up in disturbed habitats, including along roadsides and railroad tracks, in pastures and abandoned fields, and sometimes along streambanks. It tolerates a wide range of soils and moisture conditions.
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Rain is formed through the water cycle, which starts when the sun warms the Earth’s surface and causes water vapor to evaporate and rise into the atmosphere. The water vapor cools and condenses into tiny water droplets, which gather to form clouds.
When the clouds become too thick and full, they discharge the water back onto the Earth’s surface via precipitation, which can be in the form of rain or drizzle
Quackgrass vs. Crabgrass
Quackgrass and crabgrass look somewhat alike, but they are very different. For one thing, quackgrass is a cool-season perennial
(note its ability to grow in the high mountains) where crabgrass is a warm-season annual. They have different ways of spreading and the short-term solutions for eradication are different.
Which Notorious Weed Is Invading Your Lawn?
Quackgrass is a cold-hardy perennial plant, while crabgrass is a warm-season annual.
What is crabgrass?
Coming in both large (Digitaria sanguinalis) and smooth (Digitaria ischaemum) species, it is a low-growing annual grass that likely will die after the first autumn frost, but that doesn’t mean it is gone for good. All the thousands of seeds it sowed before its demise will sprout in spring unless you take steps to prevent that happening.
What is quackgrass?
Hardy from USDA zones 3 through 9, this tall perennial grass (aka Elymus repens or couch grass) can survive winter in those areas to afflict your lawn again in the spring, both with old plants and new seedlings.
Different Types of Lawn Grass: Identification Guide to Many Types of Sod (With Pictures)
Although the grass may be greener on your side of the fence turf grasses are not all alike.
That, says our resident lawn and garden expert Ashton Ritchie, is why some yards are brown in winter and some are green.
One of the best examples of different grass types can be found on a golf course or playing field. Look closely and you’ll notice that the turf in some areas is markedly different in color and texture than other areas.
There are about a dozen different grasses, and most lawns contain a mixture of them. In some cases, like dichondra, your lawns may not be a grass at all. Usually, though, lawns fall into one of these two types:
- Warm season grasses that thrive in warm-weather regions, such as the Southern United States.
- Cool season grasses that do best with extreme temperature fluctuations, such as those found in the North, Northeast, and Pacific Northwest.
It’s important to know your grass type so you can take the best possible care of your lawn. For example, if you pick a Northern weed control for a Southern lawn, you could actually harm it and then, yikes, you’ve got a problem, Houston.
Scroll through these types of lawns to find yours.
Cool Season: Kentucky Bluegrass | Tall Fescue | Ryegrass | Fine Fescue | Bentgrass
Warm Season: Bermudagrass | St. Augustine/Floratam | Zoysiagrass | Centipedegrass
Other (Cool): Bluegrass/Rye/Fescue
Other (Warm): Dichondra