Let’s face it, we would all like to show off to our neighbors and friends by presenting them our healthy and impeccably looking lawn. Hosting people for a backyard party and BBQ and realizing the lawn looks tires or dead is not so nice…
You can have an impeccable lawn on the Fourth of July, if you take proper care of it. To help you with this, we’ve compiled a list of things to consider:
Regular lawn mowing is important because this operation makes the grass denser. About the cutting technique, just remember that more often is better than all at once.
Cutting grass also removes nutrients, so they must be replaced periodically, for the grass to achieve maximum growth use an organic fertilizer that feeds your lawn from the roots up.
If you want a lawn that remains green all summer, irrigation is important. How often you need to irrigate the lawn depends on humidity and temperature in your area.
- Weed control
With perseverance and using the right technique, the weed control on your lawn can be performed effectively. Most weeds can be removed by mechanical means.
- Scarification and aeration
The grass roots need air for development and breathing. Often, the soil is not sandy, so the rots do not get enough air; you will need to make holes in the earth and fill them with large grain sand.