If you are looking for a perfect lawn; there is no such thing. Beauty is in the eye of beholder, likewise, it depends on the owner’s expectations, lifestyle, and sagacity of aesthetics. To be honest, it is something quite personal that heavy relies on your sense of satisfaction with your lawn rather than a fixed formula. However, we have brought some of the alluring tips for you to keep your lawn well-appointed through fall, winter, spring, and summer.

Fall

In fall, there is a thatch covering your soil. It is a mat comprises of dead yellowish grass that blocks moisture and air. Hence, it requires getting removed. For removing this mat, you have to employ a clean dethatcher. Look for well-maintained and clean equipment and do not rent it as the debris, weeds, and dirt from the previous customer are likely to do more harm than good to your soil.

Early fall is perfect for rebooting. For reseeding, proprietary seeds are best to use. These are turfgrass seeds which are constantly improved by the breeders. In addition, the breeders produce particular regional types seed. They can be purchased from nurseries, landscape supply houses, or The Web. This seed is not only more expensive than the seed at regular home centers but also more energetic and vigorous. Remember, cheap things prove to be more expensive in the longer run. You might have to pay a little more for the proprietary seed, however, the outcomes are tremendous plus you will not have to do constantly reseeding.

Remove the leaves as they are responsible for the blockage of sunlight which is essential for root growth and photosynthesis. Soil needs to eat even if it is dormant. Employ winterizer; it has potash which promotes disease resistance, cold-weather toughness, and root stability. In this way, your lawn will green up quite quicker.

Winter

Winter conditions vary from region to region. So is the grass and soil. The best way to cope with it is to read journals, surf online, and do research. Universities with horticulture programs more often than not, post online pictures for weed identification. Spy on your enemy weed and know what it is defenseless to and what speeds up its growth. Believe it, you have won the battle halfway.

You have to make preparations for the spring right in the winter. For this, do away with grass clippings plus dirt holding moisture as they are likely to cause rust.  Next, eradicate the air filter and spark plug on the two-stroke and four-cycle machines. Drain plus replace the oil on your four-cycle device. Replace or sharpen the mower’s blade. Lastly, install a properly gapped, new spark plug in the mower, blower, and trimmer.

Employ spray oil for the lubrication of pivot points and cable linkages. Pump the grease into the fittings. Replace the drive belts if needed. Put the fuel stabilizer in both two-stroke and four-cycle fuel mix. It will prevent the process of chemical decomposition.

Spring

A soil test is the first thing to start up within the spring. Grasses grow best in the soil having neutral pH and appropriate amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in it. You will have to spend enough money if your soil is lacking these essential components by putting fertilizers as your soil is either too alkaline or too acidic. When your soil is having adequate potassium and phosphorus plus good pH, all you have to put nitrogen fertilizer from time to time which is relatively inexpensive and easy to carry out. Soil testing is not so costly. In addition, many nurseries and agricultural universities do soil testing for free.

Jump start with proper mowing plus edging. Some people mow previous to trimming. However, experts suggest trimming before mowing. It will look neater.

A dense lawn requires the spring dethatching. It will permit the soil to respire plus promote nitrogen exchange. For this, buy or rent the power dethatcher i.e., a power rack in place of a manual rake.

Summer

You have to water wisely in summers. As the temperature elevates, the lawn stresses. The lawn requires an inch of water under standard conditions a week. In summers, when the conditions are dry, hot, or/and windy, you have to water more as to replace the evaporated moisture. For this, buy a water gauge. Water should reach the roots system. Every watering session must provide at least an inch of water to get down to the roots. Do not do succinct watering sessions as they will get to the shallow rooting. Use low-nitrogen fertilizer which is simple and organic.