Now that winter has come, low temperatures and frost can become a real problem for your lawn and garden. Taking the following things into account ensures that in the spring you will have the same beautiful lawn as as in the previous season.
First of all, we must get rid of the idea that we can leave everything as it is, considering that winter is a completely dead season after all. But how can you avoid lawn frost damage? The answer is simple: prevention. Nutrients and proper irrigation during the year provide a solid background for the grass, and if it stays healthy, there is little chance that it will be affected even by the harshest conditions, so make sure to use an organic liquid fertilizer in Spring and Fall. It is also very important, during the winter, to avoid traffic over the frozen lawn. Other type of damage specific to the cold season is easily reversible.
How do we help the lawn to revive after a harsh winter? Once the cold season passes, even if no complications have occurred, the lawn will need a boost provided by fertilizers. Also, the water it receives should not be neglected. There are rare but existing situations when total replanting was needed, if the lawn has been neglected.