Fall Lawn Repair Tips
Fall Repairs to Rejuvenate Your Turf
ALL LAWNS CAN USE A LITTLE HELP
Fall is the perfect time for lawn repairs. Even if your turf looks like it doesn’t need any help, there are certain things we can do to ensure continued healthy growth next spring.
Depending on the condition of your turfgrass this fall, we may recommend one of the following:
Core aeration with overseeding:
By combining core aeration with overseeding, we can thicken up a thin lawn or add a more hardy, drought-resistant variety of grass to your property.
Slice seeding deposits seed directly into the soil rather than spreading it out over the thatch layer (where it may not get a chance to sprout). This results in excellent germination rates and thicker growth. This service is especially beneficial in excessive Bermuda grass areas that go dormant in the winter.
This includes killing off all existing turf or undesirable grasses, followed by aeration and slice seeding.
Any of these choices can lead to a thicker and healthier lawn next spring.