Lawn Calendar – March

Mon, Mar 1, 2010

Lawns, Lawn Calendar

Lawns start growing as soon as the days get longer and weather conditions improve. If you think your lawn needs a trim at this time of year then make sure the blades are at the highest setting and try not to do it more than twice during March. Grass needs to adapt to warmer temperatures before being given too many haircuts!

March is the time to inspect your lawn for any signs of diseases or moss. Try to use organic products if you must treat your lawn, preferably digging up any moss and re-seeding rather than using strong chemicals that can harm wildlife.

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