Got Snow Mold on Your Grass? Here's How to Repair It!
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Nanci Plante on Mar 18, 2019
just moved into a new house in New England so I feel the same pain as you do....Closed on the house in October so barely had time for fall cleanup. I plan to get out there and start raking my 1/2 acre back yard right after work. Thanks for the tip
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Nicole Rose on Mar 18, 2019
Lucky on the move to New England!
Im jealous for sure😊
Cory Layne on Mar 28, 2019
I've got a fixer-upper in central Maine if you are interested. Only 27 miles NW to Mt Katahdin in Baxter State Park or 25 NE to Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. If you love the great outdoors and want to finish a grand old house to your liking, I've done most of the repairs, cleaned top to bottom, replaced 17 of the 24 windows with low-E double pane windows, and am remodeling the bathroom now. Less than $60K on large corner lot with 4 stately sugar maples along the front, garage with new reinforced concrete floor, and garden area with raised beds ready for spring. Snow is finally melting. Reply if you want to know more.
Ok I dont live in New York or where it snows. I did have my grass growing.
I would like for my grass to grow again. It looks like that or bare all over in the back yard.
I live in Florida. I do rake my yard each week. Still nothing. What can I do.
What about dog urine killing the grass,I have brown spots all over my yard. I've tried giving the dogs different things for it,nothing seems to help. What can I put on my grass at this point.
Not far below you in PA.
When do you do this raking-- this week may be the true start of spring (for once).