|I fertilizer my lawn with the Scott system, but it seems ever summer a section of my lawn doesn't grow...dry, dead grass. What can I do to get these sections green like the rest of the lawn.
Just to let you know...the lawn I have was put in a few years ago...sod. Thank you
|Unfortunately, based on your description I am not able to diagnose the problem with your lawn. There are many different causes for a lawn to brown including lack of water or uneven watering, pest or disease issues, unsuitable soil conditions, overfertilizing or exposure to chemicals such as herbicide, dog urine, or even something unusual such as an obstruction under the soil surface that limits the grass from rooting correctly. I would suggest you consult with your UMass extension service to try to determine the cause of the problem more specifically and based on knowing that, decide how to proceed. If a chemical control is needed, they should have the most up to date information on what to use and how/when to use it for best results.
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I'm sorry I can't be more specific long distance -- good luck with your lawn this summer!