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Why the grass is dying where there are mower tire tracks? Do I have some fungi problem? enter image description here

  • Do you follow the same pattern every time you mow? – Jurp Aug 30 at 2:39
  • Why are there only mower tracks in that area and not anywhere else? – Bamboo Aug 30 at 11:35
  • I doubt the mower has any connection to the dead spot in the lawn. – blacksmith37 Aug 30 at 15:12
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Not sure of the exact reason, but I saw this on a lawn I maintained (with a heavy mower).

What I did then was for a few months to mow an overlap of half a strip at the edge then continue as usual. This was to rest the balding patches.

I changed to continually overlapping every round so the wheels didn't compress the same place all the time.

After about 9 months the lines disappeared.

I never had the problem with my small electric mowers.

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  • After few days of good watering. The grass start to recover and there is no other signs of fungi issue. – Morio Sep 3 at 0:09

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