There is no such thing as long lasting, fast-fix lawn treatments using pesticides. As a preference to chemical treatment, simple, but effective weed control may be achieved by lawn mowing often during spring. This will prevent dandelions from proliferating on your spring lawn by getting rid off the yellow blossoms and accordingly, preventing the formation and distribution of seeds. Set your lawn mower to high during late spring and early summer. This will enable grass blades to shade the ground, and will help prevent crabgrass from burgeoning in your yard.
When the quality of your soil is favorable, your local Naples lawn care specialist will identify which sort of grass to sow according to the growing conditions and weather of your locality.
If for example your location is rainy most days of the year, it will be practical to sow the type of grass that requires lots of water. A thicker lawn will help to outdo the weeds. A vibrant lawn, with longer grasses, just about three inches, can give the weeds tough time to root and grow.
A valuable advantage to having a healthy lawn is that it can hold off destruction from injurious weeds, pests and illnesses. Longer grass will also have the benefit of less pest turmoil. Longer grass has tough roots and can hold water better. Appropriate thickness of thatch grown in the grass needs to be monitored so as not to inhibit the water and nutrients to reach the roots of the grass.
Lawn treatment specialists recommend that you water your lawn or garden in the morning, if at all possible between the hours of six and nine and ideally in short time duration so the soil will have the chance to absorb the water.