grass - Knowledgebase Question

Jefferson, LA (Zone 9A)
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Question by jgreco12
May 4, 2005
i have a huckberry tree in my yard. i don't get to much sun and i have some bare sports on the grass, which is mud and some grass. i rent so i don't want to spend to much money. when it rains it water stays in the yard what can i do or put down to stop' along the path where we cut the grass and where we walk to get to back.

Answer from NGA
May 4, 2005

I am sorry for this delayed reply to your gardening question. We are transitioning to a new Q&A system and your question was unfortunately lost in the transition. I have discovered it now and hope this reply is not too late to be of help.

Pathways tend to become compacted and low spots that hold moisture. You can place some stepping stones along that path which you could take with you when you move. Another option is to get shredded power line trimmings or other cheap to free chipped wood material to place 6 inches deep along the path for an all weather walkway. If you can trim the trees some to increase the brightness of the shade you may get better results with grass growing, but it will never grow where there is foot traffic.

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