How to Fix Trouble Spots on Your LawnHaving a beautiful yard is just as important as a beautiful home inside, especially in the summer time! But what about when patches of grass go brown and gross? Here are four easy steps to fixing those trouble spots on your lawn.What You'll Need:
- Fertilized grass seed
- SprinklerInstructions:1) Rake Out the MossRake out the leaves, moss, and dead grass to open up as much dirt space as possible. This clears up the ground for new, healthy grass to grow.2) Dust the DirtThink of it like sprinkling a cake with chocolate shavings. You don't have to lay it down thick. Just have a thin layer sprinkled all over the trouble spot.3) Plant the SeedsTake your grass seed and sprinkle it over the loose dirt. The best kind of grass seed to get is the kind that has fertilizer added to it, as the cheaper stuff usually doesn't work for fixing trouble spots.4) Keep Well WateredThe best way to keep your spot well watered is to put a sprinkler down that can water it regularly. If your patch gets dry, you could lose your chance on getting the beautiful, green grass you are hoping for. If you don't want to get a sprinkler, watering it yourself with a hose does work but just be willing to put in the extra time.ResultsAfter about a week, you'll see that the grass is starting to grow! After about two to three weeks, you will have a thick carpet of luscious lawn!