The Q&A Archives: Lawn

Question: why does my grass grow faster in some areas then others.

I just cut the grass last week and today its 3 inches tall in some areas, it doesnt grow all at the same time

what can I do

Answer: I suspect that you have several varieties of grasses in your lawn. Having a variety of grasses in a lawn is good. Some grow best in cool weather and some grow best in warm weather. Since autumn is just around the corner, the cool season grasses are probably taking off and the warm season grasses are beginning to slow their growth. This is why you have various heights in your lawn even though you mow regularly. About the only way to avoid this is to have a mono-culture - a single grass variety. You can achieve this by digging out the faster growing spots and reseeding them with the same grass variety that is in the other parts of your lawn.

Best wishes with your turfgrass!

« Click to go to the homepage

» Ask a question of your own

Q&A Library Searching Tips

  • When singular and plural spellings differ, as in peony and peonies, try both.
  • Search terms are not case sensitive.

Today's site banner is by Paul2032 and is called "Coreopsis"