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It’s entirely understandable to confuse maintenance and care. After all, the terms themselves are often used interchangeably. However, when it comes to keeping your lawn healthy, lush, and attractive, it’s important to understand that there are massive differences between regular lawn maintenance like mowing and ongoing lawn care like fertilization and weed control.
We all have that neighbor who misses about three weekends of bass fishing yearly because he is busy tackling irrigation problems in the summer heat. He could be spending more time on the lake if he checked his system out right now, in the spring!
Identifying the issues causing bare spots could help you to determine the best method for filling in your lawn. Working with a reliable lawn care specialist year-round can help you to avoid many issues that cause patchy lawns, but if you’re just starting out, you might need more targeted assistance.
Since the grass is “waking” from dormancy, we recommend starting your lawn mowing regiment slowly. You don’t need to jump right in with weekly lawn maintenance. Doing so may jeopardize growth by sending the grass into shock. We recommend performing bi-weekly lawn maintenance in March. We have found that this schedule encourages growth in most yards.
As February is coming to an end, our climate is slowly but surely transitioning to spring. Soon your dormant grass will transition from brown to green and lawn maintenance chores will be back on your weekend schedule. But, what kind of lawn will you have? Will it be weed-free, lush, and healthy? A simple walk outside may provide you with the answer.
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