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Professional Lawn Disease Treatment for a Healthy Lawn

Lawn disease can strike at any time, no matter how well taken care of your yard is. Many of these diseases look similar, but they have very different treatments. If you suspect something is wrong with your yard, trust the professionals here at Unlimited Lawn Care to diagnose and treat it! We guarantee your grass will be healthy again in no time.

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Lawn Disease Treatment in Georgia

Your lawn naturally has fungi and spores in it, most of which are harmless. Under the right conditions, however, they can cause harmful fungal diseases that spread easily and can kill your grass. This makes it important to seek professional treatment right away. Common stressors that can cause lawn diseases include: 

  • Drought
  • Compacted soil
  • Overwatering
  • Thatch buildup
  • Mowing too low
  • Improper fertilization
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Treatment Backed by 20+ Years of Experience

Treating lawn diseases is tricky if you’re not familiar with the fungi. Luckily, we have over 20 years of experience providing lawn disease treatment, so we know firsthand what works and what doesn’t. To target disease at its source, we start with a thorough inspection of your lawn to identify what disease is affecting it. Then, we perform 3 highly effective treatments to eliminate the fungus that’s responsible. Some diseases may need additional treatments, but that’s determined on a case-by-case basis.

We treat a variety of common lawn diseases, such as:

  • Pythium blight: Common in hot and humid climates, this fungus makes grass feel wet or oily before developing gray, cotton candy-like mycelium growths.
  • Snow mold: A fungal disease that occurs after the snow melts in the springtime, snow mold manifests as pink or gray circles and primarily affects cold season grasses.
  • Summer patch: This root-destroying fungus causes small, circular patches of dead grass that range from yellow to bronze in color.
  • Red thread: Caused by a nitrogen deficiency, red thread is a fungus that causes small, needle-like strands which extend from the grass blades.
  • Rust: Rust can happen anytime your yard is under stress and causes yellow or orange flecks on grass.

Trust the Local Experts for Guaranteed Results

As a locally owned lawn care company, we’ve seen how devastating lawn diseases can be. We’re dedicated to helping our neighbors achieve healthy lawns they can be proud of, and that’s why we offer a satisfaction guarantee on our services. If you’re unhappy between services or don’t see the results you want, simply let us know. One of our lawn care professionals will happily return to re-treat your property free of charge.

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Whether your lawn is struggling with an insect problem, nutrient deficiency, thatch buildup, or any other issues, Unlimited Lawn Care is here to help! We’re proud to be turf care experts, offering comprehensive lawn care services for your lawn type.

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I have new installed Bermuda sod. Unlimited has cared for it from the beginning. I now have beautiful lush green grass!

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Colt Youngblood did a great job helping us get set up for our lawn treatments. They have done a great job and has made my yard look so much better.

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