That’s the purpose of burning grass if you didn’t know. You burn your grass, so it will grow again much healthier than before. It rids the area of all of the underbrush, weed seedlings, and it prevents diseases or layers of mold from developing on the grass.
For me though, I just enjoy watching it. I suppose that’s how you feel when you’re married to a firefighter. I’m not some weird pyromaniac or anything, but I do see the benefits of fire.
A) It keeps you warm in the winter.
B) It helps make your grass look better and keeps it healthy.
We also had a sweet black dog to help us keep an eye on things. He pretty much just enjoyed being able to run around, lay around, and hang out with his family. Oh, how we love Cole Train!
I wasn’t much help to the boys.
I, of course, had to monitor things and keep an eye on Cole. I practiced some with my camera. Lord, do I still have SO MUCH to learn! I do love learning more about it though and practicing is the way I learn best.
Disclaimer: I am certainly not a professional in grass knowledge, so if you disagree with my claims, I blame my internet research.