A Fungus Not Seen For Three Decades Is Back And Ruining Lawns Across Maine

Lawns anywhere can be a source of pride for those who work to upkeep them. But here in Maine, with beauty around every turn, lawns are something more. It’s where we painstakingly grow our gardens, it’s where we spend time with friends and family and it’s just…nice to look at. If you’ve looked around recently you may have noticed that lawns around the state are changing. And it’s not necessarily the drought!

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Have you experienced the effects of Cladosporium? If so, let us know who you figured it out and what you’ve been able to do to remedy the problem. And if you’re currently experiencing the problem with no end in sight, we suggest visiting some gardens to get your mind off things. This is a magical secret garden in Maine you’ll want to visit at least once.

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