A brown lawn can be caused by many reasons. On the left is a photo of warm season Bermudagrass in January. This is unsightly, but can be avoided by overseeding.
For the repair of existing lawns see our Instant Lawn Repair Patches.
Below are some of the more common symptoms and causes.
Dead or brown patches in your lawn, can be caused by a number of
factors here are 7 reasons for a Brown lawn...
2) Cold season grasses that have established themselves in a lawn, will die when the weather conditions become unsuitable for their survival. This happens in cold season grasses around April, May, June, when the air temperatures become too high for their survival. Consider replanting with warm season grasses. See our grass types for more information.
3) Grass that is starved of water - check your irrigation techniques. Check for build up of thatch.
4) An annual fungus that takes hold in certain seasons.
5) Pests or grubs in the lawn
6) If in winter warm season grasses can turn shades of red or brown if the temperature drops dramatically.
7) Variations in the strain (and subsequently the trueness to type) of the grass.
For treatment contact us and we will recommend a course of action.
Hide this content.