Re: The yard & garden line is OPEN
I have not had much experience with snow molds, but from what I know they can be reduced best by letting your grass go into its dormant cycle as naturally as possible. That means not fertilizing within about six weeks of the date your lawn will go dormant. Additionally, making sure to remove grass clippings and leaves from the lawn helps to reduce the cultural characteristics that molds thrive in. If you get an early snow, before the grass goes dormant, that's when snow molds are likely to develop. Unfortunately there isn't much you can do to prevent it, but you can try to be conscious of where you are mounding snow, like near the driveway and walks, because the micro environment underneath those piles of snow creates good conditions for molds.
Snow mold will usually clear up in the spring. Treat the spots where the grass is dead- rough up the dead spot and seed it.
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