I am after a little advise. I have a new build and the lawn has been
laid prior to move in. As we all probably know. The lawn had been laid
on top of rocky top soil. Some are the size of my fist. I was spiking
the lawn and it seems really rocky underneath.
Therefore is it possible to have a lush garden in these conditions. The
lawn isn't bad but it does seem to have an even amount of dead grass a
light yellow in colour preventing it looking lush and green. I have fed
it and this seemed to help. I plan on feeding again (3 weeks apart) and
seeing if it continues to green up.
Would it be worth me raking the dead grass out before hand? It seeded
with fiberous stems about a month ago and they are tough to cut out. I'm
sure it's because the roots are not as deep as its fresh laid.
Anyway any advice from the experts would be greatly appreciated.
- posted 3 years ago