Seasonal Lawn Care Tips

Lawn care is important during any season. In each of these stations, techniques and supplies needed for change and it is important to know what steps should be taken in each season for lawn care for next season to come. In the spring of grass requires little watering in the spring, rainfall is abundant and there is sufficient moisture in the air for the grass to thrive. Mold occurs in the spring when the snow stops in the grass too long and the grass of a grayish color. This can be solved by removing snow from the grass at any point and allow these areas exposed to sun. Early spring is the right time to test the soil and determine if it is too acid or alkaline. If the soil is too acidic, add lime and it is important to increase the alkaline nature of the soil.

It is important to do this in the early spring, because the lime can take up to eight weeks to neutralize the soil. It is important to aerate the lawn care in August. This is the best month to aerate the lawn to oxygen and water can penetrate deep into the ground. Aeration is important for the sun to reach the roots and soil. It is important to apply fertilizer in the soil after aeration to minimize damage. Late summer is also the optimal time to create a new lawn. As long as the planting is completed in late September it will be more than enough time for the turf to winter weather. Lawn care is the most important season in the fall. During the autumn is important for providing nutrients to the lawn that will bring the lawn during the winter and spring irrigation to grow again. Fall should take place early in the morning or late at night. This ensures that the water will keep the grass fresh and ready for spring. Water as the sun is out off the water to reach the deepest part of the roots. The sun evaporates more than a third of the water to reach the important parts of the grass. During the fall is important to make the final fertilizer application. This will be the life of the grass through the cold winter days. Although the grass is dormant during the winter is still important to provide nutrients.

These important nutrients are stored in the roots until spring. In the winter the grass to sleep and it is important to let the snow covers the grass and allows it to become dormant, to revitalize the spring. To prepare for winter is important to lower the mower height to prepare for the cold winter. Be sure to remove all elements and take lawn care before the snow falls. Freezing elements may cause damage to the grass on the lawn cannot be recovered. Frost damage can cause darkening, curling and leaf drop of leaves and twigs. In severe cases, freezing can cause the sudden death of the flowers, buds, or foliage. In the spring the plants after breaking dormancy, frost damage are often confused with “spray damage” of customers after an application. Most of the damage caused by frost-resistant plants will recover.