Learn How to Repair Bare Spots in Your Lawn.
Do you wonder how to repair bare spots in your lawn? It’s not as difficult as you think! I have several bare spots in my lawn due to unwanted vegetation growth. What do you do when you have unwanted overgrowth? You take a bushwhacker to it. The aftermath is an area that grows quicker than the rest of the lawn, including several shrubby areas that required killing. I’ll take care of the weed issue in the Spring but for now, I need to patch all the dead spots in the lawn.
This is an inexpensive DIY project.
You don’t need a lot of money or equipment to do this lawn repair. A few basic gardening tools and the right supplies won’t have you emptying your wallet. I have one yard of topsoil to spread over the dead spots in my lawn. It’s a fast and easy project that I can complete in about an hour. I will share all my secrets for getting a uniform appearance out of the newly spread topsoil. A list of tools and supplies can be downloaded here:Patch Lawn Supply list or by going to my website, www.reneeromeo.com and clicking on the link in the video commentary.
Repairing bare spots in your lawn is easy!
The repair portion of this project is fast and easy. You’re going to need a little patience to allow the grass seed to grow and fill in the bare spots. I live in an area that sees snow over the winter. I think that mid-September is the perfect time to repair your lawn because it gives the grass seed enough time to grow before the first frost. It will reach the appropriate height (3 inches) and stay at that height for a few weeks before the final mow. Please join me and see how to patch bare spots in your lawn.