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Keep in mind that many "lawn" species are soft grasses that appreciate a cool and moist environment. This is particularly so in the temperate regions of the world. So a soil type that can absorb and retain moisture without letting it go too quickly is most likely to support nice grasses. Since this suddenly started happening, and the soil type is not likely ...


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Before answering the exact question you asked, I would be remiss if I did not mention several issues that really need to be addressed in order to provide a thorough and balanced approach to the “problem” of what to do with leaves. The first question that all of us should ask— and I don’t mean to get preachy right here at the outset— is, “Do I absolutely ...


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There could be various reasons. A photo could eventually help. The most common problem (in my opinion): bad preparation of the lawn. Like road, the soil need to be compressed and well prepared, so that it should remain mostly even. Possibly with more compression on lower part, before to put the good soil. Usage is also a problem. If you walk always in the ...


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