los angeles. Many of you areworking on fixing up your yard. WDBJ7 morningspent some time with Roscoe Craighead, the head groundskeeper at Blue Hills Golf Clubin Roanoke. Craighead haslearned the ins and outs of the course in his 37 years as superintendent. His toprecommendations, know your yard; the spots where wateraccumulates and spots that don't get a ton of sun, that will help fix problem areas. If you still noticeproblems after seeding and re- seeding, it is likelythe soil. If that's the case, Craighead says to go get a soil sample. It'll tell you everything that's in there, it'll tell you if you're high or low.Whether it be copper, whether it beiron, whether it be salt, it'll tell you what you need to do. You can find more lawn tips on wdbj7- dot-com.