Lawns look best when lush green with no dry or thin patches. But summers and winters can be tough on your grass turfs such as bermuda grass and st. Augustine grass, leaving them distraught and worn out. Furthermore, excessive traffic on the grass during summers when kids and pets enjoy playing can also severely damage the grass. Even though you take extreme and timely care of your lawn, water the grass, feed it with fertilizer, and make sure that there is limited traffic on the grass, you will notice that the grass turf will no longer appear after four to six weeks greener and lush as before. This is because mature grass does not grow many tillers making the lawn look patchy and distressed. You need to have young grass on your lawn to make it look fuller, greener, and lush.