LAWN CARE CALENDAR


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LAWN CARE CALENDAR (MOWING)

December-January Avoid piling snow on turf areas, stay off frozen grass.

February Stay off muddy grass areas. When not muddy, gently rake lawn to remove debris.

March Mow (0-2 times a month) Annual Grass Pre-emergent Control Dethatch

April Mow (4 times a month)

May Mow (4-6 times month) Fertilize Broad-leaved Weed Control

June Mow (4-6 times a month) Fertilize July Mow (4 times a month)

August Mow (4 times a month)

September Mow (4 times a month) Fertilize early in month Broadleaved Weed Control

October Mow (2-3 times a month)

November Fertilize early in month

Thanks with regards
 
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But your calendar depends on lots of stuff. shaded areas, versus sunny area, rain, or no rain. etc. I usually cut my grass once a month in the summer, shaded property.
 
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I haven't mowed yet this spring. I did rake fertilize and water the lawn a couple week ago. Snowed yesterday and i'm glad for it, was very dry here in southern Alberta.
 
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I've just gotten rid of another large area of grass in my yard by mulching it over and planting there; I now have so little grass that I use a weed wacker in lieu of the lawn mower.
 
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In a word? Ticks. Or Chiggers. I lay grass low so the sun and birds and dragonflies can get in there and make a more pleasant environment. I have woods enough beside and behind my house.
 
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