by Lee Wyatt
(last updated June 24, 2019)
Have you ever noticed any mold appearing on the soil or grass of your lawn? Often, when mold appears on either the dirt or grass of a lawn, it means that there is a more serious problem that needs to be taken care of. If you don't take care of moldy dirt and grass when you find it, then you run the risk of having problems that can literally destroy your lawn, and create a whole lot more work for you than you would like. Don't worry to much though, dealing with moldy dirt and grass usually only takes a shovel, a little bit of dirt, and some grass seeds.
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