Massachusetts lawn care can be difficult, especially in the summer, when your lawn is getting scorched by the hot sun day in and day out. AllGreen Lawncare has you covered when it comes to lawn care this summer. We work hard so that your lawn stays luscious and green. Your results will be far better and will demand less time and stress from you. Here are a few tips from your local Massachusetts lawn care professional for how you can help to keep your lawn healthy!
You may think that watering your lawn for a few minutes daily will do the trick, but unfortunately, that is not the case. You are better off watering your lawn deeply once a week so that the water can really sink down into the ground and keep your grass hydrated. About one to two inches once a week will do the job. This means less daily hassle for you and your lawn will be healthier
Are you Mowing your Lawn Correctly?
It’s very likely that you don’t give much thought to how you mow because you are just focusing on remembering to mow the grass. However, the way that you mow your grass can actually make a huge difference when it comes to the health of your lawn. When you mow make sure to set your mower to a high setting. The longer your blades of grass the more shade the roots have. This protects them from getting dried out on hot summer days, leaving your grass fuller and stronger.
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, that’s because it’s important for us to get nutrients early. The same goes for your lawn, whether you are applying fertilizer or watering your lawn, try to do so in the morning. It is said that around 5 o’clock in the morning is the best time. This allows your lawn to absorb what it needs early on so it can thrive all day.
Massachusetts Lawn Care with AllGreen
AllGreen’s lawn programs are thorough and complete, leaving the lawn luscious and your neighbors jealous. Make AllGreen Lawncare your go-to for Massachusetts lawn care. We offer customizable programs that can work with your budget to keep your lawn nourished and healthy so that you can enjoy your lawn this summer.