Fill low Spots

Warm season grasses like Bermuda, Zoysia, St. Augustine, Centipede & Paspalum
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Grass Type: Zoysia and Bermuda
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Fill low Spots

Post by mylawn-NC »

I have few places that are low on my lawn. Is it too late to fill low spots?

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Re: Fill low Spots

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You could probably do some light leveling right now as you have basically the whole month of September left but I wouldn't go too crazy or too heavy right now. By "light", I mean to where you are not covering or burying the leaf blade.
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mylawn-NC
Posts: 11
Joined: Sun Jun 27, 2021 8:24 am
Location: North Carolina
Grass Type: Zoysia and Bermuda
Lawn Size: .30
Mower: medium

Re: Fill low Spots

Post by mylawn-NC »

Thank you. I did fill the low spots so far so good

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Re: Fill low Spots

Post by kb02gt »

Leveling sand / compost mix at 50/50 works well for leveling
Rather watch grass grow than paint dry

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