‘Grass will split and break’: Lawn care expert shares habit to ‘avoid’ in winter


He explained: “Fusarium patch (also known as snow mould) thrives in wet, damp and compacted conditions and it can cause your grass to become yellow, brown, or if left long enough, it could kill it.”

Fusarium patch can be treated when conditions change.

Higher light levels and greater air movement can correct the problem.

Removing leaves and debris will also ensure a lawn stays healthy and doesn’t develop fungal diseases.


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