Yes in the midlands, here we have had snow cover for almost 2-3 months, as a result a gray, cob-web material has formed, hence snow mold.  For now the best practice is to stay off the grass because it is too wet ant the plants crowns could be crushed according to Kathleen Cue, University of Nebraska Extension.

I have a a feeling we will see more issues this spring with sand, salt and other damages related to the hard winter. For now, check out this video, with Roz Merrick, Director of Marketing at Mulhalls Nursery if you are not sure what snow mold looks like and have some patience as the grass slowly dries out.

I have a a feeling we will see more issues this spring with sand, salt and other damages related to the hard winter. For now, check out this video, if you are not sure what snow mold looks like and have some patience as the grass slowly dries out.

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