Spring Dead Spot of Bermudagrass: A Challenge for Researchers and Turfgrass Managers

Fig. 6. Necrosis of roots, rhizomes, and stolons is evident upon the appearance of spring dead spot symptoms. The majority of pathogen activity is thought to occur in the fall, winter, and spring prior to the onset of disease symptoms.



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Spring Dead Spot of Bermudagrass: A Challenge for Researchers and Turfgrass Managers