As autumn begins, the care for your lawn undergoes specific changes due to the particular needs and challenges that arise with the falling temperatures.
Walking on grass can temporarily damage the blades of grass, but unless it is done in a continuous, heavy manner over time, it won’t kill the grass. When you walk on lawns and other turf-covered areas, your weight sinks down into the soil beneath the grass. This compresses and flattens the soil particles together, which can damage the roots of the grass.
Do you have rocks in your lawn? If so, you’re not alone. A lot of people struggle with this problem. Rocks can be a pain to get rid of – but not only do they make your lawn less aesthetically pleasing, they also can prevent plants from growing and they even can damage your lawnmower when they go noticed.