Drought lines

Posted on July 22, 2018 at 3:35 PM

Drought lines are caused when footprints or mower tracks make a long-lasting imprint

in the lawn instead of bouncing right back. The grass blades turn a bluish-green or slate-gray color

and wilt.  In the cool evening, the grass recovers until the following day.  Sun and heat will

make the lawn darken and wilt again. Areas begin to thin out  After a few days, areas begin

to look and feel like straw and that area will die. Water the lawn immediately.  If the grass has

turned yellow, the affected areas will recover but it can take several weeks. 

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