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Late Summer/Early Fall is a fantastic time to de-thatch and feed lawns. It brings ideal conditions for lawn fertilization such as cool nights, rainfall and morning dew. This very well may be the single most important lawn feeding of the year. Grass roots start to store nutrients the grass will need when it wakes up again in the spring, so you want to help those roots grow by fertilizing. Lawn Fertilizer is formulated to deliver the nutrients grass needs to get through the winter and come up stronger the following year. If weeds are still a problem you can apply a fertilizer with weed control.

Many people who have lawn problems do not realize how detrimental thatch build-up is to their grass. An advantage to raking is that you de-thatch and aerate your lawn at the same time: De-thatching enables your lawn to absorb the fall fertilizer properly.

Home gardeners can also begin seeding their lawns now. Late summer and early fall seeding has several advantages over spring seeding. The cool-season grass germinates quickly in the warm soil of late summer. The warm days and cool nights of early fall promote rapid grass growth and grass also has less competition from weeds as few weed seeds germinate in the fall. A new lawn can also be established by sodding.

Van Bourgondien Nursery has several different brands of Fall Lawn Fertilizer to help your Lawn get ready for its long winter's nap.

 

 



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