Why is the grass in your lawn turning yellow?
I think Weather is the main reason .
weed killer has turned my lawn yellow
because it is DRYING!
Your lawn can go yellow for a varity of reasons. like when objects are placed on it the grass starts lacking sunlight and goes yellow. or lack of water, too much pesticide or moles. maybe its not getting enough sunlight. Animal urine won't help either. If it starts going yellow water it or use lawn feeds. cutting grass does have a very harmful effect somtimes as when you cut it, it will lose a lot… Read More
Your grass is dieing
If you cut your own grass and leave the cut grass on your lawn it acts like a self fertilizer
Your weeds are 'eating' all the nutrients meant for your grass so they are healthy and your lawn isn't. I suggest pulling them out and making sure ALL the roots are removed. :)
If it is yellow, or brown, you should water them more. The best times are right after the sunset or early in the morning because the sun may evaporate the water before the grass gets it.
A dull mower blade will "tear" the grass instead of "cut" it. The jagged blades of grass will dry up and cause your lawn to look brownish or even yellowish - much like when cut grass clippings turn from green to brown/yellow as they dry up.
A variety of things can distinguish a well manicured lawn from a field of grass. Height and color of the grass is a good indicator as to what is a lawn and what is just a field of grass. Additionally, a field of grass will have far more weeds than a typical lawn would.
When you hose off your DE filters is it OK to hose it into your seepage pit and when you clean them on your lawn it seems to turn the grass a little yellow?
more than likely its the chlorinated water that yellows the grass
The Esperanto words for grass and lawn are herbo and razeno.
no you should not mow you lawn on wet grass
You need to water it. Sometimes yellow means lack of iron. Try water and if it doesn't workp take a fertilizer and a specialist's opinion.
If a black sheet of plastic is laid on the grass, the grass will turn yellow because the the starch produced in the grass gets consumed up . since no sunlight is available to the plant to produce more starch,it will gradually start turning yellow. ;-) ---------------------- The loss of green coloration equals the loss of chlorophylls, which is the result of the plant putting chlorophylls in storage when sun light is absent.
lawn tennis is usually played on a lawn, which is grass
When one of the lawn mower's wheels enters the grass it causes the lawn mower to slow down due to friction. If you keep pushing on the lawn mower, the wheel on the grass will act like a moving pivot, and the lawn mower will turn to a different angle.
Yard and Grass I think are synonyms for Lawn.
Lawn weed killers do not kill grass because the chemical in that lawn herbicide has been developed so that it only targets broad-leafed plants like dandelions and not grass.
Are we talking "grass" as in marijuana plant or the green grass on your lawn?
Keep the dog in the house, or on the patio/deck. Seriously though; yellow grass is dead grass, which means it's been poisoned by the dog urine, try watering it frequently, so that the grass is not as 'thirsty' and will not absorb the urine as readily. You might also try feeding it plant food periodically.
It depends which kind of grass, Horses prefer the softer and wheater grass, so lawn grass isn't really an option but I'm sure it would be fine.
don't you mean 'thatching'?Threshing is the process of removing the seed from a grass crop after cutting. This is not usually a lawn process but is carried out by the producers of lawn seed.
The grass on the front lawn needs trimming.
It cuts the lawn/ grass when it gets long
Osmosis will take place and the water will come out into the soil from the root. Grass will get brown and the grass of the lawn will dry.
As in grass on a lawn? Lol....no.
It totally depends on your climate and on how sunny/shady your lawn is; you should consult with a local gardening or lawn expert about what grass mixes make most sense for you.
Grass, Lawn knob, and Weeds
It is the green things that grow out of the ground in parks and usually in yards and garden. A lawn is the same as grass. Like, you hear people saying that they 'mowed the lawn'. It is a plant but lots of it grows out of the ground.
how do i get rid of johnson grass in my lawn?
Group of grass is called as clump , if the grass is mowed it is called lawn.
A lawn mower is special because you can cut grass without getting on your hands and knees and cutting your grass with pruning sheers.
You need to know the size of lawn, and the grass seed bags will tell you how much area they cover.
larger grass area
it cuts grass
To Mow your Lawn , Obviously that's why its called a lawn mower In other words if you don't have grass then there is no need for a lawn mower!
Mulching grass clippings back into the lawn is actually really good for the grass. It helps to put nutrients back into the soil and it also enriches the overall composition of the soil.
As it is lawn it is outdoor - grass needs sunlight to grow.
Too much can burn your grass.
I would say a lawn mower is a machine that cuts grass.
Grass. Just from your lawn. NOT FROM LAWN MOWER
Basically there is no difference. Ordinary people cut their grass, those with social aspirations mow their lawn or have a gardener to do it for them.
Grass is actually a singular and plural, such as referring to all of the grass of a lawn or a park simply as 'the grass'. The individual grass plants that make up the lawn are also called grass. However, when you are referring to different types of grass, you use grasses. For example, 'The grasses that do well in this climate are Inland and Bermuda.'
If it's a pile of grass left on the lawn after you mow it, cal it a clump of grass.
Grass is 'herbe' (fem.) in French. L'herbe est verte / une herbe verte is 'the grass is 'the green grass / a green grass' 'Le gazon' (masc.) or 'la pelouse' (fem.) both mean lawn. To mow the lawn is 'tondre la pelouse'.
Bedstraw, bindweed, bittercress, black medoc, button weed, carpet weed, cat's ear, chickweed, cinquefoil, clover, dandelion, dock, dog fennel, ground ivy, hawkweed, heal-all, henbit, horse nettle, horse weed, pigweed, plantain, poison ivy, pony foot, poor-joe, purslane, red sorrel, shepherd's purse, smartweed, sowthistle, speedwell, spurge, teasel, thistle, wild carrot, yarrow, yellow rocket and yellow woodsorrel are common lawn weeds that grow in the southeastern United States of America. Broadleaf weeds may be accompanied in their controversial presences… Read More
It depends on the size of the lawn, but grass seed sown at 2 ounces to the square yard will give good cover.
A small section of grass is a clump. A wide area of grass is a lawn.
lawn tennis is tennis. It was the original name when tennis courts were made with grass
If you want you lawn to stop growing grass no but, if you don't... yes