There are many reasons why a lawn experiences sparse growth. Here are just a few examples of why your lawn might not be as thick as you would like it to be.

Winter die-back is a lawn problem that occurs mostly during the winter, but can occur during other seasons depending on the amount of rainfall. Your grass plants may start become yellow and the lawn’s growth becomes sparse, and the soil is exposed. Click here for more information

Grass plants needs a good amount of light to grow. When lawns are positioned in an area that is shaded from direct sunlight, the grass plants will often use their stored energy to grow tall in an attempt to search for more sunlight.  Click here for more information