'Snow' more mold

As snow melts from lawns, snow mold may stick around to provide nuisance to homeowners

Nothing says spring like a moldy yard.

As the snowy months depart, one common problem among lawn owners is lawn fungus. One type of lawn fungus that might prey on your lawn is the snow mold. Snow mold usually appears in early spring just after the winter frost decides to leave. Snow molds occur when snow falls on grass that is not frozen. In addition to the snow lingering on the grass quite long.

The Valley having early snowfall and some drifts still melting off in April creates an almost perfect environment for a moldy lawn. Snow mold is the kind of lawn fungus that is likely to go away as th...


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