Fungus is a common problem associated with the overwatering of the lawn. Things like mushrooms, algae, mold, and others thrive in extremely moist environments such as an overwatered lawn. Root rot can also be caused by excessively moist soil. You can identify types of root rot by the browning and yellowing of leaves with discolored, slimy roots.
Remember, adjust your watering schedule in the rainy months. Try not to water the lawn when it rains. Best practice is to water in the mornings between 4 am and 8 am. This is perfect timing because the sunlight will evaporate less water during these times. Try to provide your lawn with roughly 1/2″ to 3/4″ of water for optimum results.
If you have reached a problem with overwatering, and you have encountered fungus, no need to worry. Council-Oxford has all the necessary products to help you defeat these funguses. We carry a wide variety of fungicides designed to counteract these funguses.