September is the most important month. Seeding, fertilizing and aerating to reduce soil compaction should all be done in September. Timing is crucial for good success.
Knowledge for Lifee-News September 2016
Warm, clear days. Cool, crisp nights. That's the beauty of September. These milder conditions make it the best time to rejuvenate your summer-stressed lawn. September is also National Food Safety Month. We debunk some common food safety myths in this issue. It's also a good month to sit down and review your retirement savings.
Time to Feed the Lawn
September is considered
the most important month for care of our cool season lawns (bluegrass and tall fescue). September's milder conditions help revive stressed turf. This is why it is important we give the grass what it needs -- food -- to fully recover from the stress of summer.