We take a preventive approach to fungus control, helping our clients to avoid this issue in the first place.
A warm and humid climate is a breeding ground for a number of issues, including the growth of various types of outdoor fungi. Dealing with fungus problems on your Davenport, Florida property can be a challenge, but our team at The Other Side Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control Inc. can take care of it for you. We take a preventive approach to fungus control, helping our clients to avoid this issue in the first place. Since we’re experts in lawn care, we know what to look for and how to use fungus control methods to treat grass in a way that reduces the risk of fungal growth.
Some of the most common types of fungus found in this area include fairy rings, dollar spot, pythium blight, slime mold, and red thread. Fairy rings present themselves in the form of dark green rings that can grow in nearly any type of grass. Dollar spot fungus can grow to be quite large in size, although its name comes from the common silver dollar-sized patches of blonde or bleached-looking grass. Pythium blight often creates wilted, brown streaks in the grass and may leave behind wisps that resemble spiderwebs when moisture is present. Slime mold is a powdery substance that looks like frost, although it usually pops up when it’s warm outside. Red thread is an unsightly fungus that snares the grass together with red wisps.
We treat these and other types of fungi that may be killing your grass or causing damage to other elements of your landscaping. We’re fungus control experts with extensive knowledge and training, so you can count on us to care for your outdoor space. If you notice any of the signs of these common fungal lawn diseases, reach out to us as soon as possible for more information on our fungus control plans.
At The Other Side Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control Inc., we offer fungus control services in Lakeland, Auburndale, Bartow, Plant City, Winter Haven, Davenport, Lake Wales, Brandon, Polk City, Highland City, Crystal Lake, Eaton Park, and Winston, Florida.