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Set your lawn up for Spring Success

The Season Isn’t Over yet-

Applying a Fall application of fertilizer will strengthen your grass plant roots, giving them a strong base on which to thrive next Spring. By helping roots grow before winter sets in, you are insuring that the lawn will green-up quicker in the spring and become more resistant to disease and drought. A thick, healthy, lawn also means less crabgrass because crabgrass problems are minimized due to a healthy, dense turf

Was Your Lawn Damaged?

If your lawn has bare spots due to extreme temperatures, insect or fungal damage, killing off of weeds; now is the time to seed. Even if your lawn is suffering from weeds this fall, it is best to focus on establishing a strong, healthy lawn first. Be sure that you properly prepare the seed bed before applying. Overseeding will cut small grooves in the soil to insure good seed-to-soil contact. Apply a starter fertilizer and lime in conjunction with your seeding work.

What if I have Crabgrass?

Ignore the crabgrass this time of year. It is an annual and will die as the weather gets cooler. A great, natural way to curtail crabgrass next spring is to seed in the fall. If you improve the thickness of your lawn now by over-seeding, proper fertilization, and maintaining proper mower height, then you will “crowd out” crabgrass next year.

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