The most common critter moving under the cover of the snow is a vole.
Rust disease is most common on Kentucky bluegrass and on perennial ryegrass.
Red Thread occurs in the spring and fall during humid periods when the air temperatures are between 60 and 75 degrees.
A critter that is active under the snow pack is a mole, which is not to be confused with a vole.
Leaf spot is one of the most destructive turf diseases, and is active during spring, early summer, and fall, when moist conditions exist.
Japanese beetles lay their eggs in the soil in July. The next year in July, the larvae from those eggs emerge as white, C-shaped, wormlike creatures called grubs.
Dollar Spot looks like hourglass-shaped, tan lesions on bentgrass leaf blades.
Contrary to popular belief, dandelions are not an annual, but a very hardy perennial.
Crabgrass is a pale green annual that branches freely and spreads by rooting at the lower nodes.