Get the product list and action steps essential to growing a healthy New England Lawn!
Help prevent target grass from germinating as the weather begins to warm up, and prevent crabgrass all season by fertilizing with lawn food & a pre-emergent weed control.
What if we told you there’s a product that fertilizes, protects your turf against the threat of heat and drought, all while killing and controlling over 250 weeds?
Spot treat if you have missed any crabgrass and/or boadleaf weed control applications. Use a pre-emergent weed killer that has some post-emergent effectiveness, and does not contain any fertilizer.
Use a fertilizer with weed control to help prevent pesky crabgrass from emerging in new or overseeded lawns without harming the grass seed germination.
To adjust the acidity of your soil and enhance fertilizer effectiveness, use lime.
Safe to use any time of year on all landscapes, you may apply up to 3 times a year, according to the results of your soil test.
Mowed 3 times? It is safe to use a fertilizer with weed control to speed root growth to improve nutrient absorption while killing and controlling over 250 weeds.
H3O is drought tolerant, keeping your lawn hydrated, allowing you to water 50% less. Best applied in late spring/early summer, H3O saves you time, labor and utility costs. Apply again in 3 months to maintain and regulate your soil conditions.
Keep your lawn healthy and green by fertilizing in summer. It will release slowly and will not produce a flush of growth that would require moisture that might not be present.
Soil becomes compacted over the years due to foot traffic. Aerating will loosen the soil, improve soil oxygen levels, as well as water and nutrient infiltration, while reducing thatch levels.
Aerating is best to do in the fall, but can also be done in the late spring and summer.
Once you have seeded, top dress by spreading about a half inch of compost or topsoil on the lawn. This will build up soil and help reduce diseases and compaction problems. To get good seed-to-soil contact, gently rake the seeds and soil into the grass.
Maintain a routine and make sure you are mowing regularly!
General rules of thumb: