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Set Yourself up for Spring Lawn Care Success

Like most homeowners, you want your lawn to look its best. A well-manicured yard can be the envy of the neighborhood, and it’s a great way to add curb appeal to your home. But getting your lawn looking perfect takes work – and sometimes a little bit of know-how. So, here are some of the best tips from Green’s Lawncare & Property Services on pivotal spring lawn care!

Set Yourself Up for Spring Lawn Care Success

Choose the Right Fertilizer

Choosing the right fertilizer is an important part of spring lawn care. There are a couple of things to keep in mind when selecting a fertilizer for your lawn. First, consider the type of grass you are growing. Different types of grasses have different fertilizer needs. Second, take into account the soil type in your yard. Sandy soil, for example, drains quickly and doesn’t hold onto nutrients as well as clay soil.

Seed Where Needed

Seeding is especially important for our area. The cold winters are harsh, and the freezing and thawing cycles can damage the grass. If you didn’t seed in the fall, late spring is a great time to do this, as the soil is warm and the days are longer. Additionally, seeding in the spring allows you to fix winter damage and bare spots.

Set Your Watering Schedule

Another aspect of spring lawn care is a proper watering schedule. Depending on the type of grass you have, you may need to water every day or every other day. You should also consider factors such as rainfall and temperature when setting your watering schedule. For example, if it has been particularly hot and dry, your lawn may need more water. Similarly, if there has been a lot of rain, you may need to reduce the watering frequency. 

Prevent Pests and Grubs

Spring lawn care also includes treating for grubs. These pesky critters can damage your lawn, so it’s essential to take steps to prevent them from taking hold. One way to do this is to keep your grass short. Longer grass provides a perfect hiding place for pests and grubs, so you’ll make it harder for them to thrive by keeping your grass short. You should also regularly aerate your lawn. Aeration promotes strong growth, which will help your turf resist pests and grubs. 

Call Green’s Lawncare & Property Services for Spring Lawn Care

At Green’s Lawncare & Property Services, we pride ourselves on offering the best spring lawn care in Indianapolis, Indiana. Residents turn to us for our fantastic fertilizer program, but they also come to us needing weed and grub control. So, if you’re ready to set your lawn up for success this year, call us at (317) 748-3153 and request your estimate today.