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Tips to Keep the Lawn Healthy

How much to water, what’s the right mowing height and how do you test for grubs? Read on for tips on keeping your lawn healthy.

  • AAA Tree Service Healthy lawns should be mowed to about 3 inches high. How frequently to mow depends on how your grass grows. Frequent mowing may be needed in spring because grass tends to grow faster. In summer, however, mowing will be less frequent because the grass tends to be slower growing. Tree Service
  • Aerate the lawn in spring or fall to improve the quality of the soil, AAA Tree Service, reduce soil compaction, help the grass take up water and nutrients more efficiently and eliminate thatch build up.
  • To keep grass healthy, fertilize when it is actively growing.  For cool season grasses and application of fertilizer with slow release nitrogen is recommended in the spring and fall.  Try one of the , they contain advanced nitrogen technology and have the highest percentage of slow release nitrogen than other brands.
  • In summer, test for grubs by lifting a square-foot of grass and counting the insects. Use a shovel or spade to lift the grass. If you have five or more per square foot, grub treatment may be recommended. Always read and follow label directions of any insecticide you use.  If you have a Grub problem, try AAA Tree Service
  • Keep on top of weeds by using products that prevent them from growing and killing existing ones. It is particularly important not to let weeds go to seed.   Crabgrass Preventer kills dandelions (and over 200 other broadleaf weeds) and prevents crabgrass.  AAA Tree Service
  • Decide whether to water the lawn or not during hot, dry spells. Lawns need about an inch of water every week to stay green. AAA Tree Service, Without water, lawns will go dormant and turn brown within four to six weeks. Dormant lawns usually green up again once adequate moisture returns.

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AAA Tree Lawn Tips:

Deep watering helps develop deep roots that tap into subsurface water supplies (illustration below). Light sprinklings wet only the grass and surface of the soil; this encourages shallow root growth and increases the need for more frequent watering. As a general rule, lawns require 1 to 2 in. of water per week (from you or Mother Nature), applied at three- or four-day intervals. But this varies drastically depending on the temperature, type of grass and soil conditions. Lawns in sandy soils may need twice as much water, since they drain quickly. Lawns in slow-draining clay soils may need only half as much.

When your lawn loses its bounce or resiliency, or when it wilts, exposing the dull green bottoms of the blades, it needs water. As a general game plan, water until the soil is moist 4 to 5 in. down, then wait to water again until the top 1 or 2 in. of soil dries out. To find out how much water your sprinkler delivers, set out a cake pan, turn on your sprinkler, then time how long it takes for the water to reach a depth of 1 in.

The best time of day to water is early morning. Water pressure is high, less water is lost to evaporation and your lawn has plenty of time to dry out before nightfall. Lawns that remain wet overnight are more susceptible to disease caused by moisture-loving mold and other fungi.

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