Whether you are OK with an average lawn, or you want the most spectacular patch of grass in the suburb. You need to know your lawn. And this infographic offers a lot of great info you can use to get to know your lawn. From the types of grass in the lawn to the best treatments on an annual basis. This infographic has you covered!
According to this infographic the 6 most common types of grass for the lawn are Kentucky Bluegrass, Bermuda, Rye, Tall Fescue, Beach Grass, and Zoysia
Beachgrass, Fescue, Ryegrass, and Bermuda all grow well in most cool climates including the Pacific North West, and New England.
The best grasses for warm climates are Zoysia, Ryegrass, and Bermuda grass. But truly there are many grasses that grow well in warmer climates.
6 common pests include fungi, brown patches, dogs, grubs, chinch bugs, and sod webworms. Fortunately, there are many natural ways to control pests in your lawn. You can check out our lawn care blog for more tips on caring for your lawn too!
In the winter you can do a lot to help your lawn stay healthy into the warmer months. A few things you can do are avoid walking on grass with snow, or frost, make sure your mower is up to date for the next season, and do not use deicing on the lawn.
In the summer this infographic recommends that you water your lawn frequently, set your blade deck higher, and do not seed or sod in the warmer months.
In the spring and fall you will want to go all out with your lawn care. Mow regularly, aerate twice a year, and be sure to fertilize regularly.
At the end of the day, there really is a lot to do to care for your lawn. But by taking the time to review this infographic you can improve your lawn's health all year round. For more great homeowner info, check out Runyon Equipment Rental.
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