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Growing Green: Snow Mold Prevention Begins in Autumn

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Can we expect snow mold damage in our lawns next spring?  The answer to this question is dependent on the snow and soil temperature conditions this fall and winter. Snow mold is common during years when an early, deep snow cover prevents the soil from freezing. As the snow begins to melt in the spring, matted circular straw-colored patches of grass appear in lawns. 

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Robin Trott

Robin Trott is a Horticulture Educator with University of Minnesota Extension.

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