Lawn Problems

Dealing with lawn problems can be a frustrating ordeal. Read on to find solutions to your lawn care problems.

Sometimes if you see areas of brown spots and there isn’t an obvious reason (not enough water or pets), you may have a problem with insects. There are a number of different types of insects that can cause damage to your lawn and sometimes each one has its own solution.

Every lawn is going to have some weeds. The key is to grow a thick lawn that overcomes weeds. If that is not possible there are a number of spot treatments or whole lawn treatments if you have a bigger problem.

If you have a pet, especially a dog, you may have problems with brown or bare spots on your lawn. This is caused by excess nitrogen in their urine. There are a few things you can do to try and minimize this issue.

Bare Spots can be caused by some of the other issues discussed on this page like pets or pests, and there are a few different methods by which you can eliminate them.

If you have areas that rarely get any sun and you live in a humid area, you may have issues with moss. Recommendations will help.

BigFoot Lawn Tips

  • Watering Tips

    Apply 1.5” of water, per week in early morning. Avoid watering in the afternoon because a large percentage of the water is lost to evaporation. Avoid evening watering because a prolonged drying period can increase fungal disease. Increase watering frequency during hot periods. To maintain a lush lawn during the hot periods of the summer […]

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  • Lawn Care Maintenance

    Lawn care maintenance will put the finishing touches on the perfect lawn. There are three infrequent activities that can breathe new life into your lawn. Overseeding at the proper time of the year can help fill in bare spots as well as thicken your lawn which will help to minimize weeds. If your soil has […]

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