1 - Apply Fall Fertilizer
2 - Dig out or spray to get rid of any remaining weeds.
3 - Rake out thatch.
4 - Add grass seed to your lawn.
5 - Water the lawn 2 to 3 times a day while the seeds are germinating.
Fall Lawn Care
When it comes to taking care of your lawn, fall presents one of the best opportunities throughout the year. First, the fall fertilizer application is the most important feeding you can give your lawn to help it withstand winter and prepare it for next spring. Fall is also the best time to get rid of those pesky weeds as they begin to lose their chokehold on your lawn. And finally, if you really want a healthy lawn next spring, fall is the perfect time to aerate and over-seed so you will have a thick carpet of grass next year.
Benefits of Fertilizing in the Fall
Help your lawn store nutrients all winter with our slow release nitrogen
Feeding your grass high potassium will allow it to recover from summer stress, and promote a healthier lawn in the spring
Your lawn will have an early green up in the coming spring