To get rid of mushrooms in the lawn, pick them or mow the are they are in as soon as they appear, then aerate the lawn to improve drainage and prune trees to increase sunlight exposure for the lawn. Although fungicides can eliminate fungal infections on plants, they do not get rid of mushrooms growing in a lawn.Continue Reading
Mushrooms are not dangerous for a lawn. They are considered an unsightly blight on the grass, however, which is why most homeowners want to eliminate them.
There are a few different methods that can help control brown patch disease on lawns, including improving soil drainage and using special lawn care practices. As brown patch is caused by a fungal infection, using a fungicide may also help to control the disease and improve the lawn's appearance.Full Answer >
To remove moss from your lawn, raise the pH level of the grass by sprinkling it with alkaline lime, and aerate the lawn's soil to improve the circulation of air and promote drainage. Moss appears due to an excess of moisture, so decreasing watering time helps to eliminate it. If the moss persists, kill it with a mixture of dish soap and water or a chemical moss killer that includes ferrous sulphate.Full Answer >
Some tips for lawn aeration include preparing the lawn ahead of time, using a mechanical aerator and spreading compost over the lawn to aid in drainage. First, ensure that aeration is the right move by checking that the grass roots aren't any longer than two inches. This means that the soil is too compact to allow the roots to grow deeper and requires aeration.Full Answer >
To get rid of moss on your lawn, apply pesticide, improve the drainage of your lawn, and fertilize it regularly. If you can, it is also helpful to get more light to your lawn. It is best to treat moss with pesticide as soon as it appears.Full Answer >