Category Archives: Discolouration in Grass

Lawns can develop a variety of ailments throughout the year which can lead to discolouration in grass.

Discolouration in grass can be a symptom any one of a number of problems. Fungal disease attack, deficiency in nutrients, or even physical damage to the grass leaves themselves.

These blog posts look at the problems you may have with your grass if you find it is becoming discoloured.

Question: Patchy lawn in colour and growth

By | 03/08/2019

I received this excellent question in July 2019. A patchy lawn is a common issue and the possible causes of this case are worth exploring further. Alex wrote: Hi Kris, I laid my lawn (turf rolls) almost exactly a year in July 2018. I prepared the surface and placed a rooting fertiliser before laying the turf. It was… Read More »

Question: How do I fix my burnt lawn?

By | 11/07/2018

I sent this question in June 2018 by a concerned lawn owner. It is a common question which I am asked a lot. Hi Kris, A couple of weeks ago I bought a 3 in 1 weed, feed and moss control lawn treatment from the local garden centre. I tried to apply it as per the instructions. However,… Read More »

Why does grass turn yellow in the winter?

By | 27/01/2017

In the UK, the winter months of December, January and February are cold and dark. There can be as little as 8 hours of daylight per day, and most of this can clouded over. Many plants hibernate through the winter because it is not worth them trying to make food. Trees drop their leaves and herbaceous plants die… Read More »