Preventing And Fixing Low Spots In The Lawn
Low spots in a yard aren't just unsightly, they can be hazardous to both people and the lawn itself. A low spot tends to collect moisture, which can lead to lawn fungus and grass die-off. The low spots can also damage lawn mowers and equipment, or even pose a tripping hazard. Understanding the causes of low spots and working to level them will help prevent these issues. Common Causes A common but often overlooked cause is old tree roots or buried wood of any kind.