By Paul Schmitt
An extremely wet spring and summer before the recent dry spell of weather had grass growing so fast, lawn maintenance businesses could hardly keep up. Now with fall preparations being scheduled in the area for yards in Door and Kewaunee Counties, Trevor Marin from Lawn & Landscape Specialist some advice for the fall that can help your lawn for next year.
Marin says when mowing, only the top third of the grass blades should be cut and that you should wait until the last mowing of the year to cut your lawn short for the winter. You can find tips on fall lawn maintenance below.