7 Things You Should Never Do to Your Lawn

Underwatering

Causes grass to dry out, turn brown, and become susceptible to pests and diseases.

Overwatering

Leads to root rot and fungal diseases due to excessive moisture in the soil.

Mowing Too Short

Scalping stresses grass, making it vulnerable to drought, weeds, and diseases.

Mowing When Wet

Wet grass is easily torn, leading to uneven cuts and potential damage to the lawn.

Ignoring Soil Health

Neglecting soil testing and amendments can result in nutrient deficiencies and poor grass growth.

Using Chemicals Unsafely

Misapplication of chemicals harms the lawn and can have negative environmental impacts.

Overfertilizing

Excess fertilizer burns grass, disrupts soil balance, and contributes to pollution.

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