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Here are some ideas for you, without site pictures it is hard to tell what it appropriate: dig a shallow trench about six inches deep, backfill two inches with compacted stone dust and top with one row of an interlock paver. Looks good, easy to mow over but won't stop wind borne seeds. Grass stolons will try and work their way through necessitating some ...


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The "mushrooms" you see above ground are the reproductive part of the fungi which produce spores. Their growth is triggered by weather conditions (in your case, probably by the rainfall) and often only live for a few days before they decay naturally. The part of the fungi that survives for years is entirely underground. The height at which you mow ...


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While I can not say with any certainty what is causing the difference in color from one part of your yard to the next. I can say there are steps you can take at home to figure this out. I would start by getting online and buying a soil sample test kit. Test the soil in a region of light green grass and test it again in a region of darker color. I suspect as ...


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You need a selective turf weedkiller. Pop along to a decent garden centre and see what they have available. Follow the instructions to the letter.


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Yes, you should keep them off - once germinated, the seedlings then have to root properly and firmly into the soil. While that is happening, they are vulnerable to being pulled out by the roots for a few weeks, for example, when seeding a lawn from scratch, it should not be walked over normally for 3 months. You might not have to wait quite as long as that, ...


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Love the Nazi Home Owner Association, so very true! What I am seeing is a 'snow mold' problem on your lawn. You have some preparation to do before seeding. Removing all of the roots and debris, a little top soil, raked, leveled, ROLLED with a water filled roller...then seeding... Another idea would be to call a grass spray seeding company. Very ...


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