Turfgrass Disease Profiles: Necrotic Ring Spot (BP-116-W)

Purdue Extension Publication

Necrotic ring spot infects the roots of Kentucky bluegrass on golf courses, sports turf, professional landscapes, and home lawns. It is seldom a devastating disease, but outbreaks can disturb the appearance of the turf stand and affect playing surfaces. This publication examines the causes of this disease and presents management strategies.

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