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.
Having a green and healthy lawn is the goal of almost every homeowner. However, sometimes despite our best efforts, grass can develop white tips. This is most likely caused by powdery mildew. This is sometimes called “white grass,” because it looks like flour was sprinkled on top of the grass.
If you don’t remove weeds before planting grass, the weeds will compete with your grass over the soil, and your grass might die. If you properly remove the weeds first, your grass will grow thick and strong.
What causes grasses to go dormant, and how long can they survive without nutrients and water before returning to their full growth cycle?