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Brown Spots Home Remedies - How to Get Rid of Brown Spots


Brown spots age spots or liver spots they are sometimes called are the result of sun exposure. Large, flat brown spots on your face and hands may be called age spots or liver spots. Brown spots are one of the most frustrating lawn problems. Fortunately, most of the causes of brown spots are easily correctable. One potential cause of brown spots is unsharpened mower blades. This is because they have a tendency to shred only the tips of the grass blades, causing them to dry out quickly and resulting in a brown appearance, particularly in warm temperatures. In order to resolve this problem, you should try sharpening the blades or purchasing a new set. Another potential cause of brown spots is soil compaction, which occurs when the soil particles of the lawn become packed together tightly. When this happens, the roots of your lawn are not able to grow correctly. In turn, this causes the tops to grow improperly. Soil that has a great deal of clay or that is walked on frequently tends to become more compacted, which leads to brown spots. Aerating the lawn can assist with this problem. Uneven areas of the lawn may also develop brown spots. This is because the areas become scalped , which is when too much grass is removed from the tops of the high areas. The soil then becomes dried out and causes brown spots to develop in the lawn. To fix this problem, you should raise your mower blade when mowing areas at a higher elevation. Buried debris, such as bricks, rocks, and lumber, can also lead to brown spots in the lawn. Sometimes, the dirt covering these buried objects is not deep enough to allow the roots of the grass to penetrate properly. This causes the roots to receive insufficient amounts of water, which causes the grass to dry out. Removing the buried debris can resolve this problem. In some cases, a spongy layer called thatch can develop between your grass and the soil.

Home Remedies for Brown Spots

  • Keep in mind that these brown spots, thought to be caused by sun damage or a nutrition deficiency, took years to form.
  • A variation of this remedy is to rub on castor oil and take the vitamin E orally.
  • Apply fresh Aloe Vera on the brown spots and rub.
  • Grate an onion and squeeze it through cheesecloth so that you have 1 teaspoon of onion juice. Mix it with 2 teaspoons of vinegar and massage the brown spots with this liquid. Do it daily twice a day, if possible until you no longer see spots in front of your eyes.
  • Apply some lemon juice on the brown spots (be ware from the sun).
  • Apply watermelon peel on the brown spot .
  • Mix 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar and 1 teaspoon of orange juice; soak a cotton ball and apply on spots .
  • Cut horseradish and saturate the pieces in warm milk, Cool and apply on the brown spots .

 

 

 

 

 


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