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  • brown spots in bermuda grass

    Created by ET on

    I have a tiff bermuda lawn that has been kept completely organic for two years. Brown dead spots have popped up in several places and I would like suggestions on what to use to kill this soil invader? Thank you for your feedback.

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    ET – What do you think is causing this? Could it be Chinch bug?

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    E. Vinje
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    Have you noticed any bugs, fungus, or any dogs peeing in your yard? Any of the above could have caused brown spots. The use of a foliar spray containing magnesium sulfate (Epsom salts) and urea (nitrogen) can help to green up the brown spots. Find both here!

    Epsom Salts

    Lawn Food (8-0-2)

    Hope this helps!

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