Spring Tips for a Great Looking Lawn

“Mow your lawn once the grass roots have become well established and the blades are tall. A lawnmower can do a lot of damage to newly sprouted grass. Wait about two to three weeks before making the first cut.”

In March, it’s still too early to do much with warm season grasses like Bermuda, Zoysia, Centipede, and St. Augustine. However, if you have a cool season grass, like Fescue or Kentucky bluegrass, now is the second best time to overseed. Here are my suggested steps for getting your cool season lawn in top shape.

Assuming at least 50% of your lawn is still grass and not weeds, then proceed with my plan. Otherwise, you might want to consider starting over from scratch. First, get a soil analysis done through your county extension service. You’ll learn all you need to know about what nutrients you’ll need to provide to give your lawn the best chance of performing. Be sure to follow the application rates listed on your analysis. Do this right away. You need time to add the amendments before you do some of the following suggestions for best results…

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