The weather is cooling off and when it comes to your lawn, it means quite a few things!
Prepping your lawn before it goes into dormancy can help you in many ways, including less work for you in the Spring. Follow these few simple lawn care tips to ensure that your lawn will greet the spring with vigor:
Keep in mind final lawn fertilization should be performed in the fall before the first frost. If you’re not sure which fertilizer to choose, consult a qualified lawn care professional (like Legacy Group).
Raise your mower up one notch to keep a substantial blade on the grass for the dormant months. Leave the clippings on the lawn if you have a mulching attachment, otherwise bag them.
Clearing leaves and other lawn debris off the turf prevents disease and permits the necessary nutrients to reach the roots before your lawn goes dormant.