AC>Last fall we paid some one to replace our lawn. Most of our lawn looks
AC>good but lot of areas the lawn is not thick. This is causing some
AC>weeds to prop up in the lawn. I am trying to figure out a way to
AC>thinken my lawn
AC>One of the reason for thin lawn i am thinking is the ground level.
AC>Where ever the lawn is thin, i am assuming the ground is not leveled
AC>so the grass is not spreading properly.
AC>I was just wondering whether i can put some top soil and rake it to
AC>level the ground.
AC>Does any one has any suggestions about making my lawn think?
AC>I live near cleveland, OH area. When the landscaper put the lawn he
AC>used Kentucky Blue grass and he said he used 50%-50% mix. I am not
AC>sure what exactly that mix is!!
Thinly rooted lawns generally require more watering (after sunset helps)
than more robustly rooted lawns. Our new neighbor inherited a similar
difficulty you have discribed. He bought some hay from the garden
center and spread it over the sparce areas after pulling the weeds.
It appears to be working.
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