RECENT FROST MAY CAUSE TURF TO BURN, BUT DO NOT BE ALARMED

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As a result of the Mays freezing temperatures, your lawn and plants may look injured, but it is only temporary.  The systems mimic foliar/ turf burn from a fertilizer or pesticide application.   It looks like the tips are burnt or discolored.   You may expierence different patterns on your lawn.  These patterns are usually in the heat of summer caused by drought but is actually frost burn.  It also appears that Kentucky Bluegrass and Tall Fescure mixture is displaying a greater freeze damage than just Bluegrass, at some observations it has looked like someone sprayed Roundup on the lawn.    Because there was a rapid warmth period and the turf was growing quickly the new tender growth was injured when the temperatures fell.    It can be a slow comeback, but it will rebound, do not worry, be patient.