Gardening experts are warning about snow mold this year. Most signs of spring include warmer weather, green grass. But gray-colored circles on your lawn? Well, not so much.
As many across the region are gearing up their green thumbs with the hopes of a lawn to show off, there could be something lurking beneath.
“Snow mold is something that does exist, occurs when we get a snow late in the winter, and there are ways to treat it,” Kelly Blundell of KT Lawn & Landscaping said.
Snow mold is a type of fungus and turf disease that damages or kills grass after snow melts, typically in late winter.
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