Now that May is almost here, all cool season grasses should be grown and green! However, if you are still noticing some brown patches in your lawn there's a chance that it could be either nimblewill or bermuda. Dr. David Gardner of the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science at the Ohio State University explains how these warm season grasses can be controlled!
Dr. Gardner discusses how these grasses can be identified and what to do if you want them out of your lawn. He also explains how it might be best not to take immediate action, and instead just wait it out a bit.
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