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Lawn Care Tips
- What to do now about grub damage in the lawn?: Gardening Q&A with George Weigel
- Grub damage all over the lawn? You're not alone this spring. Don't bother wasting money on insecticides that aren't very grub-effective this time of year. Put your effort into reseeding dead patches.
- Fight the crabgrass or plant new seed?: Gardening Q&A with George Weigel
- Kill the crabgrass and skip the grass seed or go with the seed and deal with the crabgrass later? It's a lawn-aficionado's spring dilemma. I say go with Door No. 2.
- When is it time to plant grass seed?: Gardening Q&A with George Weigel
- Grass seed germinates best when soil temperatures warm at least into the 50-degree range, which in a typical spring, is early April.
- When is it time to knock off cutting the grass? And how short?
- Keep cutting the grass so long as it's growing -- usually into mid-November if recent falls are any indication. Cutting to 2 inches high can reduce the odds of the lawn getting snow mold at winter's end.
- Can I mix left-over sand into my soil before planting new grass?
- You'd think sand would be a good way to loosen clay soil before planting a new lawn. It can be... but only in large quantities. A little bit is usually counter-productive.