Sunday, August 3, 2008


I receive more emails that are lawn related than everything else combined.
A few answers to some of the recent emails.
Lawn seeding – mid-August to about mid-September is the best time of year to seed a lawn. Yes, it’s better than the spring. Why? Both the soil temps and air temps are warmer which leads to better germination.
For more information on lawn seeding, click here.

Creeping Charlie – This time of year, it can look like it is going to take over your yard and it probably is. The best time of year to get rid of creeping Charlie is after the first light frost…which I hope is a long ways away. Don’t spray your lawn with herbicides during these hot days of summer.
For more information on creeping Charlie, click here.

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