Lawn fungal diseases take on a variety of forms, from dead-looking brown patches to highly visible spots, threads, rings, or slime. And once they strike your yard, grass fungal diseases can be difficult to treat. Nearly every single lawn disease is caused by fungus, and while there are many different types of fungi, it’s important to make sure you understand how to prevent, control, and eliminate fungal infections on your property.

Fungus Control Program

  • Tailored program based on type of grass and disease affecting lawn.
  • Applications of both contact and systemic fungicides are applied. This kills off what is present and aids in prevention of future issues in lawns that may be more susceptible to fungus issues.
  • Trained Technicians assist in identifying other contributing issues and solutions. Such as mowing practices, and watering cycles.
  • Free Service Calls – 100% Satisfaction guarantee.

Brown patch disease is caused by the fungus Rhizoctonia . There are many reasons your lawn may develop Brown patch, including high heat and humidity, excessive nitrogen, moisture, poor soil damage, too much thatch, and compacted soil.


Dollar spot is caused by the fungus Clarireedia jacksonii (formerly Sclerotinia homoeocarpa) . It thrives in wet, humid conditions. Poor drainage, excessive irrigation, and compacted soil.


Fairy Rings are caused by many different soil inhabiting fungi of the class Basidiomycetes. These fungi can cause the development of rings or arcs of deep green grass, dead grass or even mushrooms.



Nostoc generally emerges where grass is growing poorly due to severe compaction, overwatering or both. It is not harmful to your grass, but will make it difficult for your grass to grow in that area if not removed. Removal, aeration, and proper watering will help solve this issue.

NOSTOC – Algae