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Sod University is a rich resource for the lawn and garden enthusiast and includes educational content, interactive tools, and expert insights on all things lawn care.  Research and science continue to drive the turfgrass industry, but it is the desire to have the best looking yard that fuels our passion.

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How to Treat Large Patch in Your Lawn

Learn how to treat large patch, one of the most common and damaging turfgrass diseases found in warm season grass.

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How to Treat Powdery Mildew

Learn how to treat powdery mildew in your lawn with these helpful identification, prevention and control techniques.

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What are Plant-Parasitic Nematodes and How to Control Them

Learn about plant-parasitic nematodes, symptoms of infestations and the proper measures to take to prevent and control nematodes.

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How to Fix Dollar Spot in Your Lawn

Dollar spot includes small, bleached round spots on the turfgrass ranging between 5–6 inches in home lawns.

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How to Fix Spring Dead Spot in Your Lawn

Although spring dead spot shows up int he spring, it actually infects turfgrass during the fall or winter season when turfgrass is dormant.

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How to Fix Gray Leaf Spot in Your Lawn

Among the many lawn diseases that homeowners should be aware of is gray leaf spot, known for the oblong spots it creates on grass blades.

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How to Fix Brown Patch in Your Lawn

One of the most common lawn diseases among turfgrasses is brown patch, known for its circular patches of dead grass.

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How to Thicken Your Lawn

Achieving a thick, healthy lawn isn’t all that difficult—a few maintenance alterations can easily lead to a beautiful home landscape.

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How to Detect and Treat Fungus in Newly Laid Sod

Newly establishing sod requires an intense watering schedule that often leads to disease outbreaks. Learn how to manage this common issue.

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