Gray Leaf Spot

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A common disease on St. Augustine grass that occurs during periods of warm temperatures, high humidity and prolonged leaf wetness. The disease causes irregular gray, dirty yellow or tan colored spots with brown or purple borders on leaf blades. It is usually first noticed in shaded damp areas. In heavy areas the grass may have a burned appearance.

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