We asked the experts: What’s the most important thing to consider when diagnosing a turf disease correctly?

Jim Goodrich, Product Manager | PBI-Gordon

Jim Goodrich, PBI-Gordon

Jim Goodrich, PBI-Gordon

Your eyes and brain are probably the most important tools in diagnosing turf diseases. Look for visual signs. Spots or lesions on the grass plants help you identify the disease, and the actual disease structures can often be seen with the naked eye. For instance, the white mycelium of dollar spot is often visible in dewy morning turf.