Anthracnose of turfgrass is a foliar disease or a basal rot of the lower stem. Foliar
lesions on creeping bentgrass appear reddish-tan (Figure 1). In some cases ...
An expanse of green lawn makes a perfect place to relax, have a picnic or play a
yard game. However, unexplained patches of dead grass detract from the ...
Anthracnose appears in the lawn as irregular patches of brown grass, 2 to 12
inches (5 - 30 cm) in diameter. Brown or tan blotches are present on the leaves.
Anthracnose can occur both as a foliar blight and a rot of the crown, stem base ...
Anthracnose basal rot symptoms vary depending on the grass species affected.
Identifying anthracnose disease, what causes it to occur and how to treat it. ...
Anthracnose most commonly affects annual meadow grass, but can affect all ...
Learn the basic facts about anthracnose. Learn how to identify anthracnose and
how to prevent this disease from showing up in your lawn.
research project are studying the biology, ecology and management of
anthracnose of annual blue- grass turf on golf courses. They are examining the
biology of ...
Anthracnose is primarily a disease of high maintenance turfgrass, such as annual
bluegrass (Poa annua) and creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera) at golf.
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