To seed or not to seed, that is the question. Spring is a great time to over seed an existing lawn. Sunshine is abundant in those normally shady spots and springtime rains assure an adequate supply of moisture. Spring is also the only time you can control crabgrass with a organic or chemical pre-emergent ….


Crabgrass is an invasive weed that grows well in lawns which are lightly watered, under fertilized and relatively sunny.  Preventing crabgrass with pre-emergent herbicides requires good timing.  Applied too early, pre-emergents will be washed away and applied too late they are completely ineffective.  Once crabgrass has taken root, non-chemical methods are the best means of…


Spring into Reseeding for a Better Lawn Spring is the perfect time to reseed those shady areas of your lawn and although fall is the preferred time for over all reseeding, over-seeding your existing lawn in the spring is a good alternative. Step 1: Avoid pre-emergent. Crabgrass preventer is a pre-emergent. It will stop any…