Organic help with snow mold?
I have never had snow mold before and do not know if it is gray or pink snow mold from the mountains of snow we got here. 80% of the lawn is brown with quite a bit of white in it. For some reason there are a lot of bare spots also. Hubby has had a really bad disc problem pressing on a nerve and can't use his arm thus had to get a lawn guy as I am 70 and not in good health -- immune comprimised due to mastectomy for BC. They want to come next week and do spring clean up (means blowing the snow mold spores all over as that is how they clean up) and then after the clean up he said they would rake up the snow mold. I want them to seed the bare spots and he said since I don't have a sprinkler system he wanted to wait until fall. Well, last year when they cut the lawn they went over the bare spots and the dirt was an inch thick on the screens and windows and I can't go through that again. If he doesn't seed I guess I will have to and put up little barriers so they don't mow them lol.....they won't be able to get the mower around the stakes.
Any suggestions as what to do. Do not know if either mold is dangerous for human health and right now I can not wash all my screens, windows outside and doors. Do you think if I ask them to blow everything away from the house it would be OK? Also, is there any organic help to get rid of the snow mold after they rake. I probably could do that myself but I do not know what to use.
Thanks for any help.