Nothing adds more curb appeal to your home than a beautiful, lush, well-manicured lawn. But sometimes droughts, fungi, insects, or other problems can wreak havoc, turning the green sea of grass into a mishmash of ugly brown spots, wilted blades, or matted
Headache: Multiplying mushrooms. * mushrooms are good for lawn but nearly impossible to get rid of. The fruit of an extensive underground root system; so even removing the visible mushrooms or using fungicides, the source of them is still there. Make lawn less hospitable to fungi by correcting drainage problems & eliminating decaying organic matter. Grind down stumps, rake up grass clippings, dig up buried lumber, aerate, dethatch and replace old mulch.