A good lawn is the focal point of any garden. When it’s luscious green and growing well you’ve got nothing to worry about but it doesn’t go that way most of the time. It’s more likely that you’ve got brown spots or rings on the lawn, if it’s even growing at all. Regardless of how much effort you put into the rest of the garden, no amount of amazing plants can take away from a sad looking lawn. When you have problems with the lawn, your first instinct is probably to put a load of lawn feed on there. In a few cases, that might work, but most of the time the problem is more complex. Knowing what the problem is can help you work out how to solve it and nurse your lawn back to health.