Covering Bare Patches In Grass

Our back yard has both sunny and shady areas where the grass won't grow, so it becomes muddy when I water. Of course, so does the dog. Is there anything that will keep the mud away which I can sprinkle over it. That won't be harmed by the lawn mower, the dog, the occasional heavy rain nor strong winds?

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June 7, 20080 found this helpful

I don't know what kind of grass you have but one thing you can do is use an aerator that puts holes in the spots that are bare and then try putting some seed there again and that might help you.

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June 7, 20080 found this helpful

Bermuda in the sun, St. Augustine in the shade and weeds where the soil is worthless.

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