We moved into our new construction home July last year and I just got the itch to start making my lawn look great this summer. The builder put down bermuda sod (not sure which variety) and left many many divots from not placing the sod close enough together. This summer my grass has been lacking green, so I put down some Milo and my HOC is
1-1/8" with my manual reel mower.
The next steps will be to aerate next week and throw down more Milo. I'm hoping this breaks down the thicker thatch in several places and reduce compaction. I'm hoping to aerate again in the spring before attempting a leveling job to reduce the holes and scalping.
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