By Paul Schmitt
After a long summer of cutting lawns, most property owners are looking forward to putting their mowers away for the season. Although it is never recommended to cut your lawn shorter than the top third of the grass blades, Trevor Marin from Lawn & Landscape Specialists explains what you can do now and some issues caused by a wetter than normal summer.
Marin says it is beneficial to apply a late dosage of fertilizer on your lawn now to help it get ready for next year. You can find more tips on maintaining and keeping a healthy lawn this fall below.