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Q.How Do I Get Rid Of Take All Root Rot In My Lawn?

Zone Plano, Texas 75024 | Kathryn Robinson added on April 30, 2023 | Answered

I have had my lawn disease identified by the Texas A&M University Plant Disease Identification Lab as Take All Root Rot. I tried a recommended funguscide but it didn’t work. The Extension Service recommended I adjust the pH of my lawn soil to be slightly acidic. How do I adjust a strongly bacic soil to be slightly acidic?

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Answered on May 1, 2023

There are several ways to do this, but if you decide to go the Sulfur route, then "wettable sulfur" is the better option. It will break down much faster. This article will offer some suggestions:


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