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When the growing season begins, it's vital to get your lawn and landscaping maintenance routine established. Grass and plants need to be regularly maintained throughout the growing season to ensure that they grow properly.
Learn about three of the bare necessities that your lawn and landscape need in Noblesville, Westfield, Carmel, and other nearby areas in Indiana.
One of the most important factors in lawn health is a proper mowing schedule. Typically, the Indiana growing season begins in late March or early April and lasts until late October or early November. During that time, it's vital to mow at routine intervals, such as weekly or bi-weekly mowing. Hiring a professional mowing company such as Spider Lawn & Landscape ensures your lawn will always be mowed on the same routine basis. We always follow best practices for lawn mowing and maintenance and all of our mowing visits include string-trimming, edging, and blowing.
Along with proper lawn mowing, your grass in Carmel also needs nutrients and weed control treatments. In spring, we begin applying custom fertilizer that we create based on the results of your soil test. That test shows us where your lawn may be lacking in nutrients so we can compensate for that in your fertilization.
A pre-emergent weed control treatment will help curb the appearance of weeds in your...
Routine lawn maintenance goes a long way in creating a thicker, healthier lawn. Aeration and overseeding are great for promoting a healthier, fuller, and greener lawn.
When these two services are performed properly and in a timely manner, almost any lawn can benefit from aeration and overseeding. Here are four reasons why your lawn in Noblesville, Carmel, Westfield, and the surrounding areas needs core aeration and overseeding.
Aerating and overseeding your lawn promotes its health and builds resistance to disease and weeds. Grass roots need air, water, and nutrients to grow thick, deep and strong. Over time soil becomes compacted, inhibiting the flow of nutrients getting to your lawn’s roots. Core aeration loosens and breaks up compacted soil, allowing maximum air, water, and nutrients to penetrate deep down into your lawn’s soil and root system.
Overseeding your lawn allows new grass varieties to be introduced to your lawn that will aid in resisting diseases, pest infestation, and weeds. Overseeding fills in bare or thin areas and thickens your turf, making your lawn better-suited to crowd out weeds. Fewer weeds mean a healthier, greener lawn.
Aeration and overseeding enhance seed germination by providing access to the deeper parts of your soil. When you seed your lawn, a lot of seed is wasted on top and never...
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