Ok, So I've been trying to follow your advice. I Mow high (accept for the one time my mower broke and I had to pay the landscaper $60 bucks to do it) I tracked down Ringer Lawn Restore (Not Easy) and I applied it as directed. I water infrequently. Still my lawn looks terrible. I've accepted the dandelions and the clover (i think its clover anyway) but now I'm getting brown spots too. I've uploaded a few photos. Im in CT which I think is zone 6. Please any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much Bob
I haven't tested it yet so im not sure. Ive called the extension office but its a weekend house so Im rarely there during the week. I will get it done over the summer however.
Location: New York
posted 9 years ago
Robert, your lawn doesn't look like the grass is being mowed high enough. At least, that is what it looks like. Maybe it is just not growing.
I am by no means an expert, and am new here myself, but I can tell you that the difference in my lawn has been dramatic. And in such a short time too. Outside of the watering for the initial reseeding of the bare spots, I have not watered my lawn yet this year. I am also in Zone 6 in NY.
Here is the link to my story, if you have the time to check it out. Look at the pics of before (May2nd) ,and after (May28), and read what I did. It wasn't that hard to do.
Hi, Well this is not much of a problem. Well before I could come to any conclusion please answer the following questions: Do you fertilizing your lawn repeatedly? Apply pesticides, insecticides or fungicides frequently? Pour excess water?