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I had similar things happened to my freshly planted Kentucky Bluegrass in a couple areas. What started out looking like dollar spot spread larger and larger dying off. I knew I didn't have many pest so I figured it was a disease like snow mold even though it never snows here. The baby grass was pretty wet sense November of last year. I used propiconazole it seems to have stopped it in its tracks and just now recovering. I'm sure some more experienced people may ring in here.
 

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Lift the dead grass up.. does the Earth dirt feel slimy ? If yes disease.. does the dead grass fill very sticky? If yes disease.. the white tissue test you take a piece of white tissue rub it against the blades of the grass see if a rusty color comes onto the tissue.. if so Rust disease. Check the grass in some other areas close by the spots early in the morning. is there a like cotton or cobwebs looking areas deeper by The Roots ?
 
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