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How to FIX an UGLY Lawn with RESULTS – Step by Step for Beginners EASY

Get the lawn you want! Get rid of your ugly bad looking lawn. YES you can do it yourself. See my lawn that I renovated in place and transformed it. I show you step by step with easy to follow directions that will teach you how to renovate your own lawn without wiping it out and create a beautiful lawn without spending a lot of money. Unlike other videos I show you the RESULTS that YOU can DO YOURSELF.

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  1. Thank you for watching my video Links: Grass Seed: https://amzn.to/2yE4Drq – Starter Fertilizer: https://amzn.to/2KySZn2 – Tenacity Weed Control: https://amzn.to/2yRzJfl FOR even BETTER PRICES on Tenacity check my description for links

  2. wow americans prefer cancer to weeds
    dreadful culture

  3. When I use tenacity to kill to weed, how long do I wait , so I can start doing Aerate ?

  4. Man you even made the trees greener! 🤩 please tell me its not just a filter

  5. So with all these steps, how many weeks does this usually take?

  6. Thanks for making this video! I think I’ve found my home. I have a few questions will the tenacity also get rid of moss? I have an area with moss and weeds/clovers.
    Second question after aeration and putting grass seed how do you know if you should put starter fertilizer or regular fertilizer?

  7. Can you use tenacity in a flower bed?

  8. After using tenacity and the weeds are dead and everything is white…do I pull up all of the dead, white weeds or do I go right into aeration with leaving the white weeds where they are?

  9. So should I dethater the yard to get the hay away or just aerate

  10. This is what my texas bermuda grass looks like right now. I'm trying to fix it but I want to start in spring.

  11. This was very helpful! My lawn and landscaping beds got away from me this year so I’m trying to end the season on a high note.

  12. Following this video .. hope I get great results! Wish there was a way we can add before and after pics

  13. Grass is one of the most common and recognizable plants in the world. It is a member of the Poaceae family, which includes over 10,000 species of grass, ranging from short, dense blades to tall, feathery stalks. Grass is found in nearly every corner of the globe, from the prairies of North America to the savannas of Africa.

    One of the defining characteristics of grass is its narrow, elongated leaves. These leaves can range in color from light green to dark green, depending on the species of grass and the environment in which it grows. They are often arranged in dense clumps, creating a lush carpet of green that covers the ground.

    Grass is also known for its fibrous roots, which anchor it in the soil and absorb nutrients and water. These roots can be incredibly long and deep, reaching down into the earth to find the resources that the plant needs to survive. Because grass is so efficient at nutrient uptake, it is able to grow quickly and cover large areas of land.

    Grass is a resilient plant, able to adapt to a wide variety of environmental conditions. It can grow in areas with poor soil quality, extreme temperatures, and limited water. In fact, grass is often one of the few plants that can survive in these harsh environments, making it a crucial part of many ecosystems.

    Despite its hardy nature, grass can also be incredibly delicate and intricate. The individual blades of grass are often decorated with tiny veins and ridges, creating a complex pattern that is both beautiful and functional. These intricate details are often overlooked, but they are a testament to the remarkable complexity of the natural world.

    Grass also has a number of ecological benefits. Because it covers the ground and absorbs water, it can help prevent erosion and runoff. It also helps to trap carbon dioxide, which can help mitigate the effects of climate change. In addition, grass can provide food and shelter for a wide variety of animals, including insects, birds, and mammals.

    In conclusion, grass is a remarkable plant that is both ubiquitous and underappreciated. Its narrow, elongated leaves and fibrous roots are adapted to absorb nutrients and water, allowing it to grow quickly and cover large areas of land. Despite its hardy nature, grass can also be incredibly delicate and intricate, with intricate patterns and details that are often overlooked. Whether in a suburban lawn or a sprawling savanna, grass is a vital component of many ecosystems around the world, providing food, shelter, and beauty for all who live there.

  14. What weedeater are using in this video

  15. This is exactly what I needed. My lawn here in Houston is just dead, burnt, crunchy and bare spots. We've had zero rain almost all summer. My lawn needs help and I had no idea what to do. Definitely trying this.

  16. This is disgustingly rich people problems and solutions

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