4 Dead patches in lawn

Canadian Gardening Annual 2016 - - How-to -

| Of­ten in spring, the snow melts away to re­veal dead patches in the lawn, likely caused by leaves left On the grass in fall Or by a fun­gus called snow mould. to treat, give the area a good rak­ing, then Overseed the patches with fresh grass seed, cover with a thin layer Of triple mix soil and keep moist; Or buy some sod, cut Out the dead bits Of lawn, insert patches Of fresh sod and wa­ter well. thor­oughly rak­ing the lawn in fall will help to pre­vent fur­ther dam­age.

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