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Winterizing Your Lawn

Winterizing Lawn Just like perennial or vegetable planting beds, lawns need to be prepared for winter. The type of action you’ll take depends on what kind of turfgrass your lawn has. One common action to prepare turf for winter is fertilizing. If your lawn is healthy and thick and you’re unsure whether you need to fertilize, take a soil test. Read More

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