Feed Your Grass
My lawn does not look so great right now. Where I live in Texas we are experiencing our winter. It is usually Tuesday and Wednesday of a given week during the “winter” months.
With the visual of the lawn; I went on the net to find out what I can do to help my lawn look better as the month’s progress. The answer is feed your lawn.
One site I went to said I should feed my lawn in early September and then again in six to eight weeks. Since it is way past September and given our crazy climate; I think I am going to feed the lawn anyway. I will give it a second feeding later.
Feeding the lawn will restore the damaged root system caused by hot and dry summers and children and animals at play. Applying a weed and feed mix will get rid of those pesky weeds and you can do two jobs by just completing one.
I always thought that leaving the leaves on the lawn and not raking them was a good thing. However, it is not! Leaves smother the grass and block the sun light which causes grass thinning. So, mulch your leaves and work those into the ground, then feed the lawn.
Give your lawn a big fighting chance with a second feeding six to eight weeks after the first. This gives your lawn a healthy spring push and helps with those mulched leaves.
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