Preparing Your Lawn For the Fall

  • 26 August 2016
  • Author: kim smith
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Preparing Your Lawn For the Fall

 

Don't Stop Mowing - Continue to water and mow as necessary. We will communicate through our monthly invoices when our routine mowing schedule will be coming to an end. Every yard is different so, do not hesitate to contact us if you need to stay on a schedule or need any additional services throughout the fall.

Fight Back Against Weeds- Now is the best time to apply a herbicide to make sure the weeds won’t return in the spring. If you are on our fertilizer / weed control program we will be in your area soon to provide the next treatment. If you would like a quote for the fertilizer / weed control program we would be happy to provide you with one.


Don’t Risk, Get Rid of Leaves - It is very important to dispose of leaves as soon as possible. If you wait for all of the leaves to fall, they will become wet from morning dew and rain. This will then cause them to create a mat-like covering that could suffocate the grass and cause fungus, as well as other lawn diseases, to grow. Call us today to schedule your leaf-clean up!


Sod the Dead Areas- The best times to sod your lawn is late summer to early fall. Water the new sod a couple of times a day until the grass is around 1-1/2 inches high. Call or E-mail us today to receive an estimate for this service.

 


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