Brown patches on your lawn can take several different forms, and can be the result of various factors. At any rate, these brown spots can certainly weaken your grass. For sure, you cannot change weather and neither can you prevent it from being too hot or too humid. But there certainly are some things that you can do.
To reduce brown patches on lawn you can use some good tips and techniques. For instance, you should avoid mowing your lawn when it is wet. And to make sure there are no water retention issues, you can rely on the services of a professional lawn care team to properly aerate the soil.
Brown patches may also appear in case of drought, namely when your lawn does not receive the necessary amount of water. And to avoid that you need to provide your lawn with the level of water it requires. In the hotter seasons, you should mow higher.
A professional can also guide you into the right kind of irrigation equipment that works best for you and give you guidelines about how to make the most out of the latest technology. Moreover, inadequate watering can attract harmful insects to your lawn.