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Dollar Spot

Dollar spot (Sclerotinia homoeocarpa, F.T. Benn) is a fungal disease that affects turfgrasses in Florida. It starts by causing tan-colored lesions on individual leaf blades. As the disease progresses, it creates round, straw-colored patches in the grass that start out the size of silver dollars, but can spread up to six inches or more in diameter. --"Dollar Spot", Gardening in a Minute

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