How to cure dead spots in lawn

April 14, 2009 by golin krop in forum Home Improvement Forum

#7 golin krop, 14 April 2009, 19:45

No matter how much I water I still have dead spots in my lawn. I don't have many weeds and no pine trees. But I can't seem to make nice grass grow in these spots. Any suggestions?

#8 holin, 18 April 2009, 19:04

You may try giving your local nursery a call and explain your problem to them. I've heard that grubs may cause this and also a lack of airation (sp?). I would definitely call around and get some ideas as to what causes this problem and the easiest, cheapest solution is. Good luck!

#276 louisesutton, 12 December 2012, 11:15

You may want to look out on these factors as it affects lawn growth:

pet urine: it contains urea, a substance that burns grass
lawn fungus
rocks buried underneath the lawn
spilled gasoline
soil over-compaction & over-fertilization
even over-watering can cause dead spots

Check if any of these occurred on your lawn. Contact an expert or search the solutions online. There are different treatments to every lawn problem.

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