Can Buried Rocks & Debris Kill Your Lawn?

Don’t let your lawn die out! One of the reasons that this happens to homeowners is because of buried rocks and debris. These particles can lead to brown spots that occur in the same area of the lawn, year after year especially during heat stress and drought. So how do you fix this before the problem gets worse? Heritage Lawns & Irrigation has the answer for you!

Removal of Debris 

Removal of Debris involves actually digging up the debris, replacing it with at least 6 inches of topsoil, followed by either sodding or seeding the area. Seeding is a tool we can use to thicken bare or thin areas. Grasses like tall fescue don’t spread well and need seeding to help damaged areas recover. The best time of year to seed is from September 1 to October 15. For more information call us at (913) 451-4664 to discuss your situation.