Lawn bubbles ruin the aesthetic appeal of lawns. They can also have a negative effect on lawn health. But before you can get rid of them, you need to first understand how they came to be.

Excess water causes lawn bubbles. They usually form when water gets trapped between your grass and the ground. The increase in pressure that results from this then forces a section of your lawn to bulge upwards, hence the “bubble effect”.

Here is what you need to know.

What causes lawn bubbles