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Feed your lawn with compost and leave grass clippings where they fall for nutrient recycling.
Aerate compacted soil in the fall-- this helps oxygen, water and nutrients reach the roots.
Overseed thinned areas or choose alternative ground covers in difficult spots.
Replace grass with paving stones or mulch in heavy traffic areas.
Check the lawn regularly to detect pests and other problems early.
Discover that healthy lawns are less susceptible to pest problems.
Enjoy! A healthy lawn is an ideal place to relax.
Mow High to promote vigorous growth, prevent weeds and discourage insect pests.
(6 to 8 cm or 2.5 to 3")
Water Deeply and infrequently to promote deep roots. Too much water starves the soil of oxygen and invites disease.
Put a container on your lawn to measure how much you have watered.
(2.5 cm or 1")