Lawn Care Tips for the Spring Season
Spring Cleaning Your Lawn
The winter is finally coming to an end and your lawn looks like it took a beating, thus your lawn develop dead patches maybe even have grubs make their home in your yard? Spring is the ideal time to take the initiative and jump start your lawn for rest of the year using these simple steps. Proper spring lawn care can deal with these problems and help rejuvenate your yard. Get a Free Quote.
Fertilizing is one of the most important spring lawn care tips. You may have fertilized your lawn in the fall, but it is also important to do so during the spring in order to help your lawn grow lush and thick. Spring fertilization helps your lawn replenish and preserve the areas that were depleted over the long winter.
If you have any bare patches on your lawn, you may need to do what is known as “overseeding” your lawn. This will help grow new patches where the lawn died during the winter.
Mowing and Grass-cycling
Springtime means it is time to start using the lawn mower again. This process involves leaving grass clippings on the lawn when mowing is finished, to which can recycle grass elements back into the lawn.
Check to see if aeration and dethatching would help lawn maintenance. Lawn aeration is the process that is used to treat thatch buildup. When soil becomes compacted or thatch builds up it restricts your grass’ access to much needed nutrients. Lawn aeration services help alleviate this issue and facilitates better growth.
Springtime is appropriate for treating lawns with pre-emergents. Spring lawn care services can help to prevent crabgrass and other grassy weeds. Another way to prevent weeds is through landscaping maintenance.
pH Level of Soil
Testing pH levels in your soil to help you figure out which compounds you might require to facilitate better growth for your yard. In a addition to having the correct pH level for your yard can help prevent problems in the long run.
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Published on February 8th, 2017
Updated on March 14th, 2020
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