Get summer ready Apply the fertilizer.
Apart from the spreader of fertilizer, you need to put in an irrigation sprinkler system within your yard so that the lawn is adequately maintained.
Spraying too many fertilizer onto leaves of plants can cause them to yellow and cause them to burn. To wash off fertilizer from leaves of the plant, we recommend spraying with sprinklers.
Sprinkler irrigation also has the advantage of evenly distributing water as well as in proper amount. It allows water to get deep into the root of the plant without damaging the soil.
You can even integrate your device with your timer for scheduling irrigation. This is a wonderful method of conserving water.
If you’re not an expert in irrigation or water systems, employ a professional maintenance provider to install and maintain the irrigation systems.
Be sure to remove the weeds that have grown in your patched space and then plant the grass. This can help conserve both nutrients and water.
Make sure you keep Pests under watch
Have you ever wondered why your lawn looks sickly and dark despite all your watering efforts? Many reasons could be behind this, and an infestation of pests is just one.
The soil, grass, flowers, and other grasses in your yard provide natural habitat for grubs, armyworms, cutworms, chinch bugs and sod webworms . These can ruin your yard.
However, your lawn could also house beneficial insects, which affect the lawn positively. For a lawn that is ready for summer it is recommended to hire a pest control firm to look over your lawn.
Your lawn can also appear wilted and unappealing when you allow animals and pets in your yard to play, sleep or use it to play in another way.
For instance, a dog’s pee may stain grass particularly if they must use the same spot severally. Also, any animal may result in yellowing of grass when they sleep in the same area for many hours. Now you ca