It's that time of year where Georgians can enjoy mornings with frosty temperatures, and by mid-afternoon begin to see temperatures in the 60s and 70s. With today being the first official day of Spring, there is no better time to begin preparing your lawn to flourish once the growing season begins!
We've put together a couple of ways you can begin to help your lawn succeed in growth and preventing disease, all before the start of spring. If you're curious about how to help your lawn recover from extremely cold temperatures, check out our lawn care blog from January!
With a cold and wet winter, if your lawn has areas with low drainage or excessive foot traffic, you will want to address these spots soon. Moisture trapped against your lawn's surface can lead to lawn disease once the temperature begins to rise. These areas of your lawn may require fertilizer or resodding depending on the size of the spot. Contact AgroPro today to see how we can help you assess your lawn's health.
While it is still too early to begin mowing, this is the time of the year you want to assess your mowing equipment. Check the oil, replace any old fuel, clean or replace the filter, and ensure your blades are sharp and clean.
When you do begin mowing in the spring, hold to regular mowing schedule, this will allow your lawn's roots to grow deep and strong. To learn more mowing tips, check out one of our past lawn care blogs, Everything You Didn't Know About Lawn Mowing.
Contact us today to learn about our treatment schedules and how we can help you keep your lawn growing lush and green come summertime!