How to Treat Thin Grass that is Diseased

Is your grass thinning or beginning to appear unhealthy? Your lawn may have a disease. With several types of lawn diseases out there, it is important to hire an expert lawn care company to address your problem. Here are a few steps Heritage Lawns & Irrigation takes to reach a lawn care solution.

Diseases are best controlled by planting resistant-type grasses. Preventative fungicides are only effective before disease symptoms appear. After symptoms appear, rescue treatments can only control spreading into non-infected areas.

We can also control disease by checking cultural practices on the lawn. What we do to maintain our lawns are cultural practices. These practices include: mowing, watering, seeding, sodding, dethatching, fertilizing, and controlling weeds.

If you suspect your lawn is showing the effects of disease, it is best to call our offices for a free analysis by one of our professional Lawn Coaches or call us at (913) 451-4664 to discuss your situation.