Autumn, while soils are still warm but conditions are becoming milder after the heat and humidity of summer, is an important time to look after the lawn. After a hot, dry summer, lawns may be brown with areas of bare soil. If the summer has been wet and humid, lawns may remain lush and green but can have problematic weed...
From mowing and pests to weeding and feeding season by season, discover lawn care basics for grass you can be proud of. Mowing Mowing is the best form of weed control. During the warmer months, mow your lawn weekly. In the cooler months, mow every second or third week. The next thing to consider is mowing height. It makes sense to assume that...
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