Mr. T. has a 2.5 K ft² lawn area at the end of his drive, with 6 huge oaks in that area. Grass is almost all Poa annua (annual bluegrass). Suddenly in second week of Aug, most of the annual blue dies off - half of area is just dead grass, rest has thin grass, with a lot of dead in it. Mr. T. comes out and asks what do we do to fix it. What is the best solution? For the rest of the 12 years I have done this site, this area just thinned out during the summer, still looked good from the drive. Of course, with all the trees, there is dense shade, and the soil is very heavy, but does drain fairly well. How would you fix this problem (and no fair cutting down the trees)? Usual prize, if someone gets it right. But, ask Jodi, I'm awfully slow in paying off. My solution on Tuesday night.