Asked on Oct 20, 2017

How can I get my grass to grow?

TeriJwienJanet Pizaro


3 answers
  • Janet Pizaro
    on Oct 20, 2017

    what is wrong with it,what is your location and lighting,what has been done
  • Jwien
    on Oct 20, 2017

    what is the problem? Brown spots, yellowing, weeds?
    For brown spots pull back some of the dead grass and see if you see white worms. Those are the grubs. Use a grub killer. Yellowing requires fertilizer.
    Weeds requires weed killer plus fertilizer. Beyond that I’m lost
  • Teri
    on Oct 21, 2017

    First off what is the problem. You could be cutting it to short. Grass needs to be at least 3 in tall . The roots need to be 3 in deep. If you cut it to short the roots die. So grass should ALWAYS be no shorter than 3 inches. You may need to aerate your lawn to get nutrients and air to the roots. Check with your county extension office too for more advice or you can look at Purdue University extension web site for free pamphlets you can download on all kinds of things.

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