Buy Do It Yourself Necrotic Ring Spot Control, Professional Grade Necrotic Ring Spot Killer Spray
Necrotic Ring Spot, sometimes referred to as NRS or ring spot, is a soil-borne disease that results in chronic damage to the same areas year after year. Once Necrotic Ring Spot appears in an area of your lawn you can expect to see it in that same place year after year if you do not treat it preventatively. Even worse, over the coming years it can spread from things like mowing. Necrotic Ring Spot is mainly an issue with Kentucky Bluegrass and is usually introduce to properties through either disease infected soil or the introduction of sod in your lawn. The only permanent way of treating this disease is to dig out and remove the affected soil, otherwise your options are an aggressive fungicide rotation or simply learning to live with the deep scarring year after year. Replacing your turf types and removing Kentucky Bluegrass form the lawn can also help to mitigate the disease. When looking for how to treat Necrotic Ring Spot, the fungicides below are all viable options. Apply fungicides on a rotation every 28 days beginning in mid-spring through the summer in order to prevent scarring and prevent resistance. Repeated use of the same fungicide will stop disease for a little while but resistance will quickly occur, leaving you with disease outbreak and removing a fungicide from your arsenal.
Headway G is an easy to apply granular fungicide combining Heritage and Banner Maxx fungicides to provide control of almost all turf diseases. Headway is the ideal product for people who don’t apply fungicides regularly and aren’t sure exactly what diseases they have in their lawn.