By Paul Schmitt
With local areas receiving near-record amounts of precipitation this summer, lawn owners may want to keep up on their fertilizer applications. Trevor Marin from Lawn and Landscape Specialists says lawns are growing so fast, they are using up all the nutrients available.
Marin says it’s still early enough in the year to repair your lawn by seeding bare spots. He recommends including enough fertilizer with newly seeded areas to help establish the grass roots by fall. You can find additional tips on fall lawn care below: