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Fall Tips to Ensure a Healthy Green Yard in the Spring

Ryan Adams

In the fall, is the perfect time for maintaining your lawn. It's time to focus on turfgrass practices such as mowing, aeration, fertilization and seeding. The work you do in the fall helps your lawn recover from summer stresses and prepares it for another Iowa winter. This publication offers best practices to ensure a healthy lawn through the fall months and to start next spring with the necessary steps.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 05/2015
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