Lawn Diseases in the Winter and Spring Can Wreak Havoc on Your Lawn

Lawn Diseases in the Winter and Spring Can Wreak Havoc on Your Lawn

As winter ends and spring begins, our lawns become vulnerable to a number of lawn diseases. Wet weather and cool temperatures make the perfect environment for several turf-damaging diseases, making late winter and early spring an important time to stay vigilant. A lawn disease in the spring is a bad start to the year and sets your lawn back, restricting healthy growth and weakening your lawn. Here are a few of the common lawn diseases that may be affecting your lawn this winter and spring.

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Benefits to Fertilizing Your Lawn in the Fall

Benefits to Fertilizing Your Lawn in the Fall

Fall brings a palette of colors to life, cooler temperatures, and hot apple cider. It’s also the best time to start fertilizing your lawn. After the summer fun is over and the kids are settled back into school, it’s essential to give your grass the extra nutrients it needs to thrive. Because summer heat dries out lawns and fall brings cooler temperatures, fall provides the perfect environment for your lawn. Fertilizing in the fall strengthens your plants and lawn roots, giving them a strong base on which to survive.

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Best Grass Types In Tennessee

Best Grass Types In Tennessee

Whether you just bought a new home, are trying to establish new turf, or you’re just trying to beef up your grass to make it more resistant to pests and disease, it’s important to know which types of grass grow best in our area. In Tennessee there are six common types of grass that are…

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