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Wednesday, August 10th 2011, 7:14pm

by seansy59

I'm no pro, but I think mushrooms means its too wet. Cut back on watering that area a bit.......

Wednesday, August 10th 2011, 6:44pm

by MiamiMan (Guest)

Lawn fungus...HELP!

An area of my grass was turning brown. When I got a closer look, you could see tiny mushrooms through the brown areas. I went to HD and bought some Scotts Fungus Control (orange bag) and applied with a broadcast spreader. I watered after and it also rained.

Is there anything else I should do? Do I need to apply more of the Scotts product or is there something better?

The grass is St. Augustine and it has been raining here in Miami almost every day for the past week or so.

Here are some pics:





Any help would be greatly appreciated.