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By Charlie Spencer
It is that time of year when the Master Gardener information phone starts to ring off the hook. Homeowners who have centipede grass in their yards realize that there is something wrong with the grass. It is dying in places, usually in a circular pattern.
Centipede, as well as the other three warm season grasses, is susceptible to a disease referred to as “large patch.” It is a difficult disease to control and can usually only be controlled in late August through October.
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