A beautiful lawn doesn't require a flood of chemicals. Careful watering, mowing, and fertilization can grow a lawn healthy enough to resist disease, weeds, and drought on its own.
Check out the link from Pinterest for infographics on lawn care.
Step 5 Mow Grass Appropriately. A healthy lawn is denser and better able to resist weeds than a neglected one.
Proper lawn care requires the right mower. The linked article includes several highly rated mowers that are worth one's consideration.
Scotts My Lawn Care Plan will help achieve your desired lawn quality by selecting the right fertilizer and maintenance program for your lawn care schedule.
While the company naturally pushes their own products, their plans are proven methods. They’re price affordably too. I highly recommend using the site as a resource.
In this video, This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook and host Kevin O'Connor discuss best practices for keeping a lawn lush and green.
A lot of people ask about fertilizing their lawn. The important thing to remember when fertilizing your lawn is that there's two parts to that. There's the fertilizer, and there's the spreader.
You don't have to slave over your lawn to keep it healthy.
Grass cutting rates will also vary depending on the frequency of mowing. If you have your lawn trimmed too infrequently, it will be more difficult to maintain.