Taking advantage of the change in seasons is smart. Thinking of your lawn in terms of a person who needs food and nutrients to survive is a good tip. For lawns, fall is all about rejuvenating before winter. Here are few tips to help you make that happen.
1.Aerate for lawn health.
2.Fertilize your way through fall.
3.Hate raking? Mulch instead.
4.Reseed to fix patches before the cold.
5.Evict unwanted residents.
You should always continue the basics, like mowing and edging. Depending on how much rain our area gets, you may want to continue watering, too. Considering these tips above can help your lawn stay healthy and strong through the winter season.