Is your once lush green lawn marred by unsightly brown patches? Identifying the root cause and taking corrective action is crucial to restoring its vibrant health. In this blog, we’ll delve into common culprits behind brown patches and outline effective strategies to nurse your lawn back to its former glory.
1. Dry Spots in Lawns:
Recent weather patterns, characterized by heavy rainfall followed by rapid drying, have led to the emergence of dry spots in lawns. Learn how soil compaction contributes to this issue and discover a step-by-step solution involving aeration and the application of a potent wetting agent, such as our Lawn Soaker.
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2. Lawn Grubs in Lawns:
Are brown patches spreading swiftly across your lawn? The presence of lawn grubs could be the culprit. Learn how to conduct a simple grub test and, if necessary, employ quick knockdown solutions like Battle Insecticide or Baythroid Advanced for Lawns. For long-term prevention, consider using Grub Guard Ultimate.
3. Urine Burn Prevention:
Does your furry companion’s urine leave burn marks on your lawn? Understand why this happens and explore effective prevention methods to safeguard your lawn’s health.
4. Fungal Diseases in Lawns:
Learn how to spot the signs of fungal diseases, such as discolouration, patches, and mushrooms. Discover practical steps to eliminate contributing factors like soil compaction, overwatering, and poor mowing habits. If needed, consider using a fungicide.
5. Brown Patches from Scalping:
Unwanted brown patches after mowing? You might have scalped your lawn. Understand the causes and learn how to rectify the issue, especially if your lawn has uneven levels.
With the right knowledge and targeted action, you can bid farewell to those troubling brown patches and welcome back a thriving, green lawn. For more in-depth guidance and additional tips on maintaining a healthy lawn, explore our comprehensive blog section. Your journey to a picture-perfect lawn begins here!