If you are a property owner or a property manager, then you know that taking care of a lawn can be a busy (and sometimes confusing) job. There is a lot to learn about taking care of a lawn carefully and effectively, and there is a lot of information available when it comes to proper lawn maintenance.
Throughout Alabama and other parts of the southern United States, many properties have a type of grass known as warm season grass, such as Zoysiagrass, Bermudagrass, St. Augustine grass, or Eastern Gamagrass. Warm season grasses experience the main growing season in the spring and throughout the summer and early fall months. The grass will turn a light brown color if the winter temperatures dip low enough in the cooler months of the year.
We often hear from our clients that it’s difficult to keep up with when the best time of day or year is ideal to do certain lawn care tasks or projects, so we’d like to share the best time of day/year to water your grass, mow your grass, fertilize the grass, provide an application of weed control, fungicide application, and when to aerate your lawn as well.