Repair drought damage in lawns

The past few months have been exceptionally dry. Grass has turned progressively from green to yellow, and from yellow to brown. Is there still life left in your lawn? What do you have to do to get your lawn nice and green again, and what are the threats lurking around the corner? You can find the answers to these questions in this Barenbrug first-aid special. This exclusive step-by-step plan is the key to recreating a healthy, vital lawn in no time!

First of all, perform the First Aid for Drought Damage test!

Before proceeding, perform the First Aid for Drought Damage test here. Then read below how to restore your sports fields in no time at all.

Repairing lawn in the event of drought damage

With our exclusive step-by-step plan, you can create a healthy vital turf again in no time!

 

1. Scarify your lawn to remove any dead grass and felt.

 

2. Poke small holes in the soil so that air and water can penetrate.

 

3. Choose the right mixture of grass seeds for sowing

Lots of different mixtures of grass seeds are available for sowing lawns. For each situation, there’s an ideal solution, but not all seed mixtures are suitable for a lawn to recover quickly. In addition, the danger of weeds taking over is always lurking around the corner! There are lots of weed seeds in the soil that can fill any vacant spots at lightning speed. Meadow grass also takes over vacated areas rapidly and weakens the lawn. It’s therefore imperative that you use a grass seed mixture that germinates and establishes itself rapidly, so that it can compete against this unwanted invasion. Bar Power RPR is the most versatile and rapid mixture, and can provide a dense cover of grass in no time.

 

4. Sow your lawn with Bar Power RPR to create a resilient new lawn with the right type of grass.

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