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Summer Lawn Care

STEP 3: Lawn food with 2% Iron

STEP 3: Lawn food with 2% Iron. It feeds and strengthens against heat and drought.

It is time to use Scott’s Step 3. In June, July, and August your grass will absorb nitrogen at a higher rate that all other nutrients. Apply Step 3 four to six weeks after step 2.

“Water” you waiting for?

The summertime heat will leach the soil of water. Don’t forget to water lawn. We suggest that you water in the morning because the grass could be more prone to disease if it is watered at night.

Water 1/3rd inch every other day. 1 to 2 inches per week.

The lawn can develop fungus if it is watered at night. Use Scott's Fungus Control to treat it. 

The lawn can develop fungus if it is watered at night. Use Scott’s Fungus Control to treat your yard.

Whats bugging you?

There might be nasty critters that will ruin your lawn. They just come out of the wood works and will destroy your grass before you know it. Sevin granules are easy to sprinkle on the lawn.

Are you experiencing lawn and bug issues? Now is the time to apply several products to get rid of these pests and lawn problems.


Summer Lawn Care

 

Lawn Weed and Crabgrass Killers

Lawn Weed and Crabgrass. Now is the time to apply post-emergent crabgrass killer.

 Nutsedge Killer

Nutsedge KillerOrtho Nutsedge Killer and Halosulfuron Pro are products that will kill nutsedge. Nutsedge emerges in the lawn when we get a large amount of rain.These products kill yellow and purple nutsedge, kyllinga, and poa annua.

Japanese Beetle Killer

Bonide Grub Beater or Sevin can be applied this time of the year to prevent Japanese beetles. Grub Beater can be used on lawns and Sevin can be used on plants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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