Control Lawn Diseases and Weeds With One Spray

Tired of applying a fungicide to control lawn diseases and then having to also apply an herbicide to control broadleaf weeds? Natria’s Lawn Weed & Disease Control can help put an end to that while saving you time and money. One application helps control listed lawn diseases as well as killing some of the most troublesome broadleaf weeds, without harming the lawn.

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Here are some of the lawn diseases and weeds controlled by Natria’s Lawn Weed & Disease Control:

Lawn Diseases

Dollar Spot

This disease thrives in wet, mild to warm weather (60-85 degrees) and causes the grass to die in small, circular spots about 4-12 inches wide. Dead spots can eventually fuse together into bigger areas. You’ll also notice tan blotches on the leaves, usually with a darker border. Improper fertilization and heavy thatch also encourage the disease.


Dust-like, yellow to orange-red colored spores cover grass blades giving the overall lawn a rusty look. Usually doesn’t kill the grass but affects the overall appearance of the lawn. Severe infections can cause grass to turn yellow. Thrives in mild, humid or wet weather (60-75 degrees), especially in under-fertilized or thatchy lawns. More frequent mowing can reduce impact.

Snow Mold

Common disease in cold winter areas where snow accumulates heavily on lawns. Symptoms appear in late winter to early spring as snow melts. They include white or pinkish, crusty, dead areas of the lawn and bleached-looking, matted grass blades. Over-fertilizing can make problems worse.

Lawn Weeds


Creeping, cool-season annual that grows about 2 inches high. Small, succulent leaves and tiny white flowers. Usually sprouts in fall and grows through winter and spring. Very common in new lawns and moist, shady turf.

Creeping Charlie

Very invasive, perennial weed forming a tight mat that shades and chokes-out grass. Small, scalloped, kidney shaped leaves have a minty fragrance when crushed. Tiny bluish, trumpet-shaped flowers in spring. Thrives in moist soil and partial shade, but also grows in sun. Also known as Creeping Jenny or Ground Ivy.


Very common perennial weed with familiar yellow flowers in spring that turn into “powder-puff” seed heads as the season progresses. Bright green, elongated leaves with jagged edges. Germinates in early spring and grows through summer and fall, or year-round in warm climates. 

Prostrate Knotweed

Wiry annual weed that quickly sprawls over grass. Rarely growing over 2 inches high. Small blue-green leaves. Common in compacted soils.


Persistent perennial weed with clover-like leaves and bright yellow, 5-petaled flowers, opening mostly in spring. Grows best in cool season, spreading by small underground bulblets. Difficult to control. Thrives in a wide range of conditions. Also known as False Shamrock and Sourgrass.


Perennial weed that thrives in moist, shady lawns. Seeds germinate in spring. Oval-shaped, elongated leaves have 3-5 visible veins. Clusters of tiny white flowers are held on tall, wiry stems up to a foot high.

Natria Lawn Weed & Disease Control kills listed broadleaf lawn weeds down to the roots and controls listed diseases without harming the grass. It can be used on new lawns, one week after grass emergence. Always read and follow label directions.

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