Winter Kill Josh Lanyon
Winter kill (or winterkill) refers to any severe damage or death sustained by turf grass lawns during the winter months. Mystery · A sniper is killing residents at a winter resort. Hydrangea cold tolerance varies among varieties, so you may need to think about winterizing hydrangea plants. With colder than normal temperatures in Indiana this winter, we are anticipating some minor winter damage. Winter kill on hydrangeas is not a pretty sight . Its symptoms include patches of lawn that remain brown or bare after the lawn normally returns to healthy green growth in the spring. They are hardy little critters. A major concern for green industry professionals is damage or loss of turf grass due to colder winter weather. Learn how to protect hydrangeas from cold in this article. During periods of heavy snowfall, animal populations can be greatly affected due to many obvious and some not so obvious reasons. The bad news is that even particularly harsh winter weather – like that experienced by much of the East Coast this year – won't kill off ticks. To help prepare for this we are publishing a three part series on this topic to help turfgrass managers prepare for what may await them in the spring. As the temperature outside drops, you may be worried about your turf experiencing harm from these harsher seasonal conditions like winterkill. I often get hunters asking about winter kill.