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Fusarium Blight

The disease formerly called "Fusarium Blight" or "Fusarium Blight syndrome" was once thought to be a distinct disease characterized by patches of grass that develop "frog-eye" patterns. These consist of donut-or crescent-shaped areas of dead or dying grass with a center of green grass. Now this disease is recognized to be a complex of rather similar appearing diseases that include Necrotic Ring Spot, Rhizoctonia Yellow Patch, and Summer Patch