There are many important things to consider, but a perfect lawn can bring you joy and give you a sense of accomplishment. It is possible to create a private space for your family to relax.
You may need to address common lawn issues in order to get there. Don’t worry. There’s a solution.
How to Fix 7 Common Lawn Issues
My grass is too thin
The weather, roughhousing and harsh play can cause thin grass. You may be ready to over-seed. Once you’ve mowed your lawn you can turn the mower off and rake it. To add the product to your spreader, follow the directions on the label.
After watering your lawn for approximately 2 weeks, you can resume mowing once your grass reaches the correct height. The type of grass will affect the amount of water needed. This article will explain how to maintain a thin lawn.
My Lawn is Clean
You might try a different approach if your grass is not in good condition, but has some bare spots. These areas can be repaired by Scotts, EZ seed(r), Patch & Repair, or Scotts(r), Sprouts(tm).
Scotts(r), a premium blend consisting of high-performance seeds, continuous release lawn food and super-absorbent grow material, has developed EZ Seed(r). Follow the instructions to spread the seeds. The grass seedlings should be watered daily until they reach 2 inches in height. Then you can treat them like any other lawn.
You can start the growing process with Sprouts ™. Add 3 cups water to your bag. Wait 3 days, then spread the already growing grass onto any areas that aren’t covered. Follow the label instructions to watch grass grow in days. It’s blowing away!
My lawn has brown spots
Although this is more complex, it’s possible that there could be many reasons. You could have many reasons, including dog urine, grubs and fungus, as well as foot traffic. You must first identify the problem before spraying or spreading any product.
- You may have grubs if critters such as raccoons or skunks enter your yard. You can find out what you can do in Section 4.
- Spots made with dog urine can have brown centers and green outer rings. If you have tall fescue, Scotts(r), EZ Seed(r), Dog Spot Remediation Sun & Shade or Scotts(r), EZ Seed(r).
- Fungus can cause patches of yellow-colored straw-colored grass that are irregular in shape and size. The fungal disease can be treated with Scotts(r), DiseaseEx(tm), Lawn Fungicide. Many fungal diseases can be eliminated in as little as four to five weeks. Follow all label instructions.
- Products such as Scotts(r), EZ Seed(r), Patch & Repair can be used to treat brown spots or areas that have been affected by foot traffic.
My lawn may have Grubs.
You should take immediate action if you find more than a few fat, C-shaped grubs in soil. The life cycle is as follows: The beetles first feed on plants in spring and then appear in summer. The beetles then lay eggs in soil. In late summer, the eggs hatch as grubs. The eggs then begin to eat plant roots and grass roots.
This cycle can be stopped by treating your lawn before the eggs hatch. GrubEx(r), can be used in spring and early summer. Fill your spreader with the correct amount of product to activate it.
Lawn-caretakers can be troubled by Oxalis and Oxalis as well as Crabgrass.
Lawn-care professionals need to be aware of the dangers weeds such as dandelions, crabgrass, and dollarweed pose. Next, we will be discussing crabgrass. This section will address all other weed issues. Maintaining the health of your grass can help prevent this problem from ever happening.
These lawn care tips will assist you in watering your lawn. Regular fertilization is essential for your lawn. Scotts(r), Turf Building (r), Weed & Feed3* can be used to feed your lawn. Scotts(r) Spot Weed Treatment for Lawns might be an option if you only have a few.
Crabgrass can pose a problem
This is undisputed. It is better not to allow it to grow. To stop it sprouting, Scotts(r] Turf Builder(r] Halts Crabgrass Prevention* and Lawn Food* in spring.
This will protect your lawn and help keep it healthy throughout the year. Crabgrass is an already a problem. Scotts(r), Spotweed Treatment for Lawns can prevent it from growing cold. This will destroy crabgrass from its roots and not cause any harm to your lawn.
My Lawn has Yellow Streaks
It’s not a problem. It could indicate that fertilizer was not applied correctly. This can happen to anyone. To ensure coverage, you should slow down with your spreader. You may see yellow streaks in grass that hasn’t been fertilized. This could be a contrast to the lush green grass around. To ensure your lawn grows green, you can change the way that you apply your lawn care products.
You don’t have to spend too much time maintaining a beautiful lawn. It is possible to maintain your lawn and spot potential problems before they become serious. What will you see? What will you find? You will love spending time in this lush green oasis.