I have brown spots on my lawn.

    • a.  The first thing to do is to check your recent invoice. If our technician noticed any issues when they were treating your lawn last time, they would have made a note for you. If you can, send us a picture of the problem area, or check out the lawn diseases page on our website to see if any of the pictures there may match what you see in your lawn. This will help us diagnose the problem before we come out to your home.  

 

    • b. If your whole lawn is brown, it could need water. Particularly in the summer season when it’s hot, your lawn needs at least 1 inch of water per week or it may go dormant and turn brown.