A healthy lawn and healthy environment aren't incompatable.

Now is the time to feel about your lawn’s very long winter’s nap.

“Operating on the lawn in the fall is like an investment decision that pays off in the spring,” said Mike Hogan, an associate professor at Ohio Point out College and extension educator at the OSU Extension service

“Some work now means significantly less function in the spring,” Hogan claimed.

For a whole lot of home owners, the tendency is to assume more about lawn treatment in spring and summer time, Hogan mentioned.

“We’ve been warm and sweaty operating outside the house and now that it’s September and October, we want to be done. But when it will come to lawns, tumble is the very best time for a ton of servicing tasks.”

Implementing fertilizer, if essential, is just one of those people assignments, Hogan said.