It’s time to think about fall lawn maintenance. Plan ahead and know what you need to do before the season begins. Some services that will help your yard include clean up, leaf removal, aeration, and seeding. Make sure to take care of your lawn in the fall so it has a better chance to recover and thrive in the springtime. Let’s go over what your yard needs during the fall to stay in the best possible shape.
Fall Clean Up
One of the most important things to do for your yard is clean up. Leaving debris or other items on your lawn can create dead spots. Clean up is not only essential in fall, but through every season. Make sure to rotate large items such as trampolines or swing sets so the grass underneath is able to breathe. Help your lawn flourish by making sure it is clean and free of debris.
Fall Leaf Removal
Leaves during the fall time are beautiful, but not when they are left on your lawn. One of the most important elements of fall lawn maintenance is removing leaves from your yard. Leaves block the sunlight and hold moisture. This can cause damage to your lawn and create bare spots. If leaves are left on your grass when snow falls, they can compress and suffocate your lawn. This will make it harder for grass to bounce back in the springtime. We recommended two to four leaf removals a year to keep your lawn healthy.
Fall Aeration & Seeding
Aeration and seeding can make a huge difference for your lawn. Having your lawn aerated lets roots receive better access to air, water, and nutrients. Grass roots will have plenty of space to stretch out and grow. Seeding fills in any bare spots and improves grass density. Aeration and seeding help your lawn recover from a hot summer.
A professional lawn care company can perform these services for you. Experts will make sure to give your yard the attention it requires. Clean up, leaf removal, aeration, and seeding are all things you will need to help your lawn thrive this fall.
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