You’ve spent all spring and summer meticulously watering and grooming your lawn only to find brown and yellow spots that won’t seem to go away. Every lawn gets brown spots from time to time, but you should be on the lookout for irregular, straw-colored patches and rings that get bigger throughout the summer. These patches could be a symptom of a fungal lawn disease and should be treated immediately. Fortunately, the expert team at All Brothers Lawn Squad has your back and can make your sick lawn thick and healthy again.
Call the Professionals
Seeking the help of a professional lawn care company, such as All Brothers, is really the best way to diagnose and treat lawn disease. We will be able to determine which disease, if any, your lawn has and what is the best course for fighting the infection and reviving your grass. Steps we will take to bring your lawn back to life include treatment of the fungus, aeration, dethatching, seeding, and fertilizing. It is important that this process is done quickly and correctly so that the disease does not return.
Prevent Disease Next Year
Once our team has removed the disease from your lawn, you will want to take all of the necessary steps to ensure it doesn’t return next summer. Some types of grass are more susceptible to disease than others, but for most grass types in Indiana, you can keep your lawn healthy by:
- Mowing at the correct height for your grass type
- Watering deeply yet infrequently
- Feeding regularly with lawn food
- Aerating and dethatching the lawn as needed
At All Brothers, we understand how frustrating it can be to effectively maintain your lawn. You can seemingly do everything right and still become infected with lawn disease. Let our team relieve the stress of lawn care and rejuvenate your diseased lawn. We have been family-owned and -operated since 2011, and we go out of our way to make sure your property has the lawn maintenance it needs to flourish despite the challenges each Indiana season brings. Contact us today at (765) 371-4186 to request a lawn-service assessment.