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Snow mold occurs when too much snow stays on the ground for extended periods of time. Here are some tips on how to get rid of it and help prevent it in the future.
Snow mold, also known as snow rot, is a lawn disease that thrives under snow or wet leaves during the winter months. It can have a grayish or pinkish color and take on a web-like appearance. The longer the snow sticks around or the wet leaves are left in place, the more it spreads.
As temperatures start to steadily rise with the approach of spring, snow mold will likely go away on its own. If not, you’ll need to rake the area and reseed any bare spots.
By taking a few simple steps, you can lessen the chances that snow mold will come back.