brown patch


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brown patch

n.
A disease of turf grasses caused by a fungus of the genus Rhizoctonia and resulting in circular patches of dead leaves.
References in classic literature ?
There was the white-clad man's body, and the rich brown patch of the hair, and nothing below the waist but the 'thwart-ship white lines of the bridge-screens, that lead the eye to the sharp white lines of the bows cleaving the muddy water of the river.
There are two common disease pathogens that affect the warm season turf grass: The Brown Patch and Grey Leaf Spot.
In addition to exceptional, long-lasting protection against diseases, including dollar spot, brown patch, summer patch and fairy ring, turf professionals who applied Lexicon Intrinsic brand fungicide saw plant health benefits, which resulted in greener, stronger, healthier turfgrass.
Despite a prominent brown patch on its head and a strip of black running halfway down its back, the much fawned over new addition to the Bolin Deer Farm in the city of Laiyang is snow white in colour.
Sometimes the bears also have a dark brown patch on their head along with a white collar.
Although he was grey and kept his hair short, above his ears there was always a brown patch.
Golfers walk past a brown patch on the fourth fairway Tuesday at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks.
Anything else could just be a Gerwer puke stain or the brown patch Boulala left on your couch, for all you know.
It was discovered by Texas A&M, that it killed peanut fungus and the Dirt Doctor tried it on a brown patch.
For instance, focus on the brown patch in the "tie-dye" shot, above.
I've had farmers show me a brown patch that they would have sprayed with pesticides before, but they now know the problem to be nutritional," Kenmore says.
In the first inning, as Rogers began what became a 3-1 Tigers victory, a Fox camera picked up a brown patch of skin at the base of his left (pitching) thumb.