Has the heat of summer taken a toll on your lawn? If so, now is the time to take action! In fact, late summer and early fall are the best times to prepare your lawn for a season of lush growth in the new year. For all of your lawn care needs in Dayton, OH, and the surrounding areas, contact Lawn Plus LLC.
Late Summer/Early Fall Growth Trends
Late summer and early fall are the best time of year to fertilize, aerate, and seed your lawn. During this time, the cooler temperatures trigger plants to slow the rate of growth. Similarly, plants begin to store nutrients and energy in their roots to prepare for dormancy. Combined with the cooler temperatures and increased moisture levels, this time of year is ideal for restoring and repairing your lawn.
The heat of summer places a lot of stress on your lawn. By the end of August, many lawns in our area are patchy and brown. As such, our annual lawn fertilization program includes a late summer/early fall treatment. Our team will assess your lawn’s specific needs and apply the appropriate treatment to help your lawn green up for fall and create a healthier, more verdant lawn for next year. Our granular, slow release fertilizer will continue to feed your lawn well into dormancy.
Similarly, late summer and early fall are the ideal time of year to repair thin or bare areas in your lawn. The cool, moist air creates ideal conditions for rapid seed germination and growth. Our team is skilled at completing minor lawn repairs as well as entire lawn renovations. Fall aeration and overseeding is the best way to thicken up your lawn for summer. Plus, by incorporating new species of grass into your lawn, our clients enjoy healthier, hardier lawns that are more resistant to summer stressors.
The team at Lawn Plus is committed to providing all customers with exceptional customer service and complete lawn care. Contact us today to schedule a free assessment for your lawn in Dayton, Eaton, and the surrounding Miami Valley areas. Our team will evaluate your lawn and create a customized plan that meets your specific lawn health needs. For more information, call (937) 839-5296.