Turfgrass Disease Profiles: Slime Molds (BP-112-W)

Purdue Extension Publication

Despite their threatening appearance, slime molds are not infectious and will not result in anything more than temporary cosmetic damage. This publication describes the symptoms and signs of slime molds and control methods.

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